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Before Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, head coaches Gary Kubiak of the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers Ron Rivera have already demonstrated leadership lessons, according to Chief Executive:
Brands from Merriam-Webster to The Washington Post are snapping up Peach, the latest social networking app, according to Digiday. The app combines elements of messaging app Slack with a Facebook Messenger-like interface.
Over the past five years, author and writing coach Ann Wylie has been offering tips for Tactics readers in her Writing With Wylie column. Here is some of her most timeless advice:
Companies can engage and activate their employees by telling them stories about a common purpose or challenge that everyone in the organization shares, according to a Jan. 8 HuffPost article. Stories of how people achieved a common goal illustrate that the work people do every day connects to a deeper meaning, making the listener or reader feel like theyre part of the journey.
Scott Higley currently serves as the senior vice president of marketing and communications for the Metro Atlanta Chamber. He joined the Chamber in January after more than six years overseeing marketing, communications, and community and government affairs for the Georgia Aquarium, one of the worlds largest aquariums.
In honor of February being Black History Month, Id like to share part of an article that I wrote for the February 2008 issue of Tactics on D. Parke Gibson, a prominent African-American PRSA member whose influence on the profession can still be felt today.
For independents, the conventional and still most common means for payment is to submit an invoice to the client and expect a check to come in the mail according to the terms of the agreement.
How do you pack a large life into a tight space?
In an effort to fit more into our busy schedules, using abbreviations can be tempting. And once these shortcuts gain traction, their use can spread like wildfire.
One of the most effective tools to attract new customers or engage existing customers in a deeper dialogue with your brand is the white paper.
The admonition to write well is the wallpaper of counsel to young PR professionals ubiquitous, but unnoticed. Missing from a lot of the figurative flogging is a reason (beyond the obvious) to lean in to the task of improving your prose.
Executive leaders often have the reputation of being simply a figurehead to the average employee. But Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky makes a point to be visible, transparent and authentic, which has earned him respect from both colleagues and clients.
Good writing emerges from rewriting: trimming, shaping and polishing your draft to make it something you are happy with. But revising is not the same as editing; it is only part of the editing process.
Its Monday morning, and your alarm goes off at 6 a.m. Its time to wake up, shower and get in the groove for another full week of work. Five days of the same tasks over and over and
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After facing widespread criticism for nominating only white actors the past two years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced that it aims to double the number of women and diverse members by 2020.
Diversity and Inclusion Priority. U.S. Hispanic Initiative. Hispanic Forum. Employee Resource Group. These are just a few examples of company-led initiatives focused on minority groups. I know this space well, having volunteered for and been assigned to many such groups in my career over the past two-plus decades.
Survey: American Workers Value Training and Growth Over Diversity and Inclusion
In 2015, tech companies extended their lead over publishers in determining how news reaches audiences a media trend thats likely to continue in 2016, Nieman Journalism Lab writes.
The gap has never been wider between the informed public and the mass population in their trust of institutions such as business, government and media, according to this years Edelman Trust Barometer.
Corporations, nongovernmental organizations and other sectors can learn a great deal from how governments and their leaders use Facebook