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How to Fix Routine Disruption Caused by Working from Home

Ken Rogers, SEO Specialist Each of us has faced routine tasks while working from home. Even the most interesting work can one day get bored and stop bringing joy. There may be several reasons for this, but the most popular is routine when tasks are similar to each other. They accumulate and turn into a…

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Is This the Moment Ukraine Saves Democracy?

“Russians will ‘see our faces, not our backs.’” – Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy About five years ago while I was preparing for a speech, one of the other speakers approached me, an historian who studied the large, Hegelian dialectics of history—the swings from extremes. Jointly worried about what was then a 10- and now 15-year…

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9 Ways to Support and Uplift Parents Working from Home

  Moms, dads and caregivers of all stripes are often juggling more than they let on. Here’s how to make their lives and jobs a bit easier. John Hall, Co-founder, Calendar Working parents have been bearing incredibly heavy burdens during the pandemic. How can companies do a better job of supporting these unheralded heroes? You…

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Pride: It’s Not a Moment, It’s a Movement 

Chris Piedmont, Senior Account Manager, FrazierHeiby It all began with a moment: a brick thrown through a window — to shatter, once and for all, the closest doors of invisibility.  51 years ago this weekend at the Stonewall Inn in New York City, Black trans women and other people of color and LGBT individuals fought…

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Kenneth Cole And An Alliance Of The Leading Mental Health Organizations Join Forces With Celebrities And Advocates To Launch An Unprecedented Coalition At A Critical Moment In Time

CommPRO Editorial Staff Social activist and iconic fashion designer Kenneth Cole, announced the launch of The Mental Health Coalition (MHC), the first collaborative effort of this scale which convenes and unites the leading US mental health organizations, creative and media platforms, passionate advocates, as well as celebrities working collectively to destigmatize mental health conditions and address…

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Life Lessons Learned Working At The White House

  Merrie Spaeth, President, Spaeth Communications, Inc. Sarah Huckebee Sanders is leaving and I wish her good luck. There’s one consistent thing about being a White House staffer; at some point you leave. You take with you a featured paragraph in your biography and lessons learned from the Administration in which you served. Lesson #1: you…

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Three Mistakes Even Great Moms Make

Laura Hackel As a mom, you have the power to raise children who will have a positive influence in the world. Your success as a mom is already rigged in your favor, as you were divinely chosen to mother your children. You already have everything you need inside of you, no matter what is happening…

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How Working Mothers Can Benefit in the Long Run

Samantha Lewis, Life Coach It was only a few short years ago that being a working mom was an unusual thing. Working was something that a lot mothers called a sacrifice they did so that they could put food on the table and contribute to the family financially. Many mothers thought it was wrong or bad…

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Cisco 300-101 Exam: A Pathway to Success in Networking

CommPRO Editorial Staff    As technology increasingly evolving, so do Cisco certifications. Cisco is one of the leading providers of routing and switching technological products. The company also offers a number of credentials to individuals trained and tested for their networking know-how. Cisco 300-101 credential is one of the advanced Cisco certifications that has brought…

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Just Don’t Call Me a “Mompreneur”

By Filomena Fanelli, CEO/Founder, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd. I may get some backlash on this one, but I’m going to be brave and just say it: I hate the cutesy names assigned to female entrepreneurs and women in leadership positions. You’ve probably heard a few of them, flippantly called someone one of these names or,…

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Attending Events & Networking: 5 Important Tips

Attending events and networking are the most important things you can do for your career.  Online conferences and webinars are a great way to learn, but nothing will replace the value of being there, according to Matt Heinz, Heinz Marketing.  I couldn’t agree more.  Here are some of Matt’s reasons and insights: 1.  Get that ‘out of office’…

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Executive Briefing 2.18.16 – Working With Dad Bloggers; Brands Should Be Using Influencer Marketing; How Journalists Consume Content

In today’s Executive Briefing, Hunter Public Relations Offers Five Things You Need To Know About Working With Dad Bloggers with Justin Aclin, Senior Account Supervisor, Hunter Public Relations. Also included we take a look at Three Reasons Brands Should Be Using Influencer Marketing from Lyle Stevens, Co-founder and CEO, Mavrck.   As we begin 2016 and start our sixth year of publishing CommPRO, I’d like…

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The GOP Is Correct About The Liberal Biased Media  

But the Conservative Media Is Much More Biased and Lies. Much Of The Blame Is On Our Business Arthur Solomon Now that Labor Day 2022 is history, the election season is now officially underway, although it really never stopped. And you can be certain that critics of far right and far left media outlets will…

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Now’s the Time to Look Back, Instead of Forward to Decode Your Value

  Wendy Glavin, Founder & CEO, Wendy Glavin Agency My marketing communications journey started 30-years ago working for General Electric, small-medium-sized agencies, and for Burson-Marsteller (now Burson Cohn & Wolf). Despite working at GE, surrounded by engineers, technologists, programmers and software developers, I never thought of myself as a tech person. Do You Know How You’re…

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Closing the Gaps in Comms Tech 

Liz Finch, Head of Client Success at PRophet   For generations, technology has shaped and revolutionized every industry imaginable, with each new era bringing greater changes than the last. The communications field is perhaps one of the greatest examples of this trend, as we’ve seen comms tech become deeply integrated into the day-to-day workflow of communications…

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The Climate: The Good News, the Bad News, and the Ugly Political Sabotage

    Dwayne Flinchum, President, ScientificBrandsTM This summer our apps and inboxes have been brimming with news feeds and newsletters about the climate, from the Inflation Reduction Act to the extreme weather effects of climate change like flooding, relentless droughts, and searing heatwaves. Confusing though it may all be, three articles published in The New York…

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