Relaying messages about higher prices is often the communicator’s job. Here are some ways to do it well.
Stories by Seth Arenstein
It’s not a secret that some journalists complain about PR pros. Likewise, communicators grouse about media members. Analysis of recent data about the two professions cements some well-known differences, but also raises less-mentioned similarities. Perhaps… Continued
During this interview, we asked Laura Burke, the CCO of Santander Bank US, about her priorities, keeping the human touch in messaging, measuring reputation and crisis communication.
The additional burden that women must look like the Kardashians has resurfaced. Fortunately, PR pros can help move society away from this antiquated trope.
Deciding to remain in or leave Russia seems like a black-and-white issue for companies. It’s not. The complexity is causing headaches for PR pros.
A common refrain PR pros hear from executives they represent is, ‘Why don’t I get called as a source?’ Here’s how to respond.
Companies that are serious about their social justice and DEI work must measure it and hold themselves accountable, says Fenton CEO Valarie De La Garza.
Not long ago companies could steer clear of politics. That option’s gone, courtesy of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Ambassador Francisco Santos says.
Some industry conferences are insular, oblivious to external events. That wasn’t so at the recent PRNEWS Crisis Management Summit in Miami Beach.