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PR Roundup: Body Literacy, NCAA Women’s Basketball Wins and IPR’s Emerging Leaders Program

April 4th, 2024 by

This week’s PR Roundup looks at a new program for emerging leaders from the Institute for Public Relations, Thinx introducing “body literacy” and women’s NCAA basketball wins with the public.

How a Content Support Team Improves Productivity and Company Culture

March 25th, 2024 by

A specialized content support team is a great asset for any company to ensure all content produced by the organization is as insightful and valuable as possible for the business, potential clients and readers alike. Our author provides considerations for a building a successful content team.

Advice for the Next Generation of Women Financial Communications Leaders

March 22nd, 2024 by

In an interview, Beth Ardoin, Chief Communications Officer at First Horizon, shares insights into her career journey and offers advice for the next generation of women communications leaders.

Six Things You Need to Thrive as a Woman Founder

March 18th, 2024 by

The journey to founding Maven PR has been enriched by collaborations with C-suite executives, pioneering women founders and industry trailblazers. The vigor and determination driving these ladies to thrive and leave their mark, regardless of the hurdles in their path, have taught our author several invaluable lessons. Following are six insights for women founders.

PRNEWS Asks: What is the Greatest Thanks You’ve Received in PR?

March 12th, 2024 by

PRNEWS posed a question for the communications community: “What’s the best thanks you ever received?” From referrals to pastries, the results did not disappoint.

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Female PR Leaders Say to Speak Up, Set Boundaries and Let Remote Work Be an Equalizer

March 8th, 2024 by

In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, PRNEWS took the time to chat with a few female industry leaders. We looked at the latest workplace issues and trends for women communicators, as well as strategies to rise above some of the difficulties female PR pros can face. 

PR Roundup: State of Internal Comms, Apple Woes and Women’s Mentorship

March 8th, 2024 by

This week’s PR Roundup looks at the state of internal communication, Apple’s investor relations and reputation woes and tips for women in mentorship in honor of International Women’s Day. 

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Why There Aren’t More Black Men in PR – And Why It’s an Industry Issue

March 1st, 2024 by

A Museum of PR Event on Feb. 18, titled “Celebrating Black PR History 2024: Where Are All the Black Men in PR,” hosted an intergenerational panel to discuss the issues facing Black men in PR today, strategies to attract more of them to the industry, and share their own experiences.

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[VIDEO] PRNEWS Honors Black History Month: Where Are the Black Men in PR?

February 28th, 2024 by

PRNEWS welcomed Dr. Chuck Wallington to celebrate Black History Month and discuss the issue of a diminishing number of Black men in the PR industry. Wallington is the author of “A Seat at the C-Suite Table: Insights from the Journeys of African American Executives.”

How to Implement a Competitive PR Strategy – And Three Mistakes to Avoid

February 16th, 2024 by

Outmaneuvering a PR competitor requires a unique blend of strategy, agility and more than a little game theory—like 4-D chess. Though many organizations default to an ad-hoc, figure-it-out-as-they-go approach, our author reveals a better way.