The most beautifully written speech in the world won’t do you any good if you suffer from stage fright and fail to make the speech memorable—and that won’t do you any favors with senior managers.
Overservicing, doing more than you’re getting paid for, is a common challenge for PR firms and firm leaders. But it is a trained behavior that can be untrained.
In an ideal partnership a brand and its media partner will share a like-minded audience, and both parties will have clear goals in mind for the campaign.
Whether you think Millennials are going to save the world or be the end of us all, they have a lot to live up to and even more to overcome.
The opportunity to create great campaigns with clients is one of the most rewarding aspects of working in PR, but how do you part ways with a client when things aren’t working out?
Rookies, by recognizing that they need help and guidance, immediately bring multiple experts to bear on the same challenge and increase the likelihood of rapid, successful resolution.
In a crisis situation, your physical presence can say just as much as the message you are delivering.
Almost everyone has a phone in his/her pocket with more power than the computer we used to get to the moon in the ’60s. And consumers assume that next-generation technology will be twice as good. This is democratized technology at a global scale. How do communicators manage in this environment?