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A Desperate United Airlines Feeds the Beast – Or Tries To

Richard Levick, Esq., Chairman and CEO, LEVICK As of this writing, a perfect storm overwhelms every effort by United Airlines to dig itself out of the abyss. At one point on Tuesday, CEO Oscar Munoz’ stunningly tardy but heartfelt third attempt at an apology seemed to offer some ray of hope or at least strong…

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Adapting to Change Can Be a Slippery Slope

Barri Rafferty, President, Ketchum Worldwide When you ski the conditions are often fleeting. It may start off sunny and end up snowy; the snow conditions can be powder at the top and slush at the bottom; the light goes from bright to flat, and the wind can pick up at any time. I recently went…

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PR Council Announces The SHEQUALITY Project

The PR Council is proud to announce a new initiative, aptly named The SHEQUALITY Project, designed to help women executives rise in the ranks of public relations agencies. SHEQUALITY aims to create a consistent pipeline of strong female leaders, mentors and allies, to engender more women leaders and equality in the top positions at PR…

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Creating a Joyful Planet with Leslie Grossman

Patrice Tanaka, Founder, Joyful Planet Patrice Tanaka, Founder & Chief Joy Officer of Joyful Planet LLC, interviews people who are actively living their purpose and contributing to a more joyful planet. This interview spotlights Leslie Grossman, speaker, trainer, author, coach and advocate for women’s leadership development. PT:  Leslie, what I love and admire about you…

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The Future of Technology Looks Bright at Davos

By Barri Rafferty, Senior Partner and CEO, North America, Ketchum My tablet possesses processing power equivalent to 5,000 desktop computers from 30 years ago. The average adult in the U.S. consumes more than 10 hours of digital media per day. Sensors are connecting the physical world to virtual networks. AI software is engaging us daily under the…

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WEF: Secrets to Achieving a Fulfilling 100-year Life

By Barri Rafferty, Senior Partner and CEO, North America, Ketchum My husband’s grandmother is nearing 102 years of age, and a colleague just celebrated her grandfather’s 100th birthday. Reaching this age used to seem like a pipe dream, but as living beyond 100 becomes more common, I’ve found myself, and my social circle, discussing what this trend…

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Forget New Year’s Resolutions! Set Goals Instead

By Leslie Grossman, Author, Leadership Coach and Courageous Collaborator, www.lesliegrossmanleadership.com The real story about New Year’s resolutions is that people like to write them, yet they rarely achieve them. So why bother? Instead of writing a list of News Year’s resolutions, take time to think about three goals that will impact your life in a BIG way. As Lucas…

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Don’t Make A Resolution – Do This For 2017 Instead!

By Patrice Tanaka, Founder & Chief Joy Officer, Joyful Planet Instead of making yet another New Year’s resolution, which statistics sadly indicate only an eight percent success rate, think about what you most want to achieve in life and articulate it in a succinct purpose statement.  This is the single, more powerful and efficient thing…

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Before You Hire, Inquire

By Filomena Fanelli, CEO/Founder, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd.  Most business executives and managers make hiring decisions to address needs in their personal lives, whether it’s a contractor to renovate a bathroom, a mechanic to fix their vehicle or a CPA to advise them during tax season. However, when it’s time to pull in a PR…

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Diversity in Marketing & Advertising Summit Announced

By CommPro.biz Editorial Staff MediaCom and IPA have announced they will join DIMALYNC: Diversity in Marketing & Advertising Summit, a two-day event for marketing & media industry in Europe, focused on fostering greater diversity and inclusion, particularly within leadership roles and brand campaigns. The event takes place April 4 – 5 in London and will feature…

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America’s Core Values and the 2016 Presidential Election

By Leslie Grossman, Author, Leadership Coach and Courageous Collaborator, www.lesliegrossmanleadership.com The election is over and Donald Trump is the incoming President.  In the spirit of transparency, I am a Hillary Clinton supporter and believe she was the best choice. Now that this ugly campaign is behind us, my biggest fear is that American core values may be…

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Post-Election Purpose and Joy

By Patrice Tanaka, Founder & Chief Joy Officer, Joyful Planet I was in the election night crowd at The Jacob Javits Center, hoping to be part of an historic moment to celebrate America’s first female President.   The unexpected outcome makes this a sad and confusing time for me and others who helped Hillary Clinton win…

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Revolution or Evolution? A Deep Dive into the Future of the Communications Industry (On-Demand Video)

Webinar Overview To engage, attract and retain the savvy buyers of this rapidly evolving digital world, marketers and communicators need to constantly invent new approaches to be effective.  Those that neglect to identify opportunities to help brands capitalize on trends before they happen will be left behind. CommPRO will host Barri Rafferty, President of Ketchum, and Ken Wincko,…

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Will a Woman President Benefit America?

By Leslie Grossman, Chair, Vistage International Women are recognized for their patience and perseverance. It took that and a lot more for Hillary Clinton to become the first woman to be nominated for President of the United States by a major political party on July 26, 2016. In an article which came out a few days…

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Financial Communications and Innovation Forum (Webcast On-Demand)

Forum Overview This event will take a deep dive into financial communications and innovation in corporate messaging, targeting key stakeholders, including investors, analysts, employees and directors at both public and private companies. Our keynote speakers will focus on the impact of social media and the 24/7 news cycle in the C-suite messaging strategy. Our panel…

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Strategic Communications Analysis: The Results Are In…Clinton Sweeps Debates

By Virgil Scudder, President, Virgil Scudder & Associates Like a team facing elimination in the World Series, Donald Trump absolutely had to have this one Wednesday night after losing the first two debates.  He didn’t get it. Hillary Clinton won, granted by a lesser margin than before, but winning is winning and losing is losing.  Trump finished…

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Here’s How the Communications Industry is Reinventing Itself

By Tiffany Guarnaccia, Founder & Executive Director at Communications Week and Founder & CEO at Kite Hill PR The communications industry is at time of reinvention, making the theme of “Reinventing the Industry” spot on for Communications Week 2016.  In years past, Communications Week has tackled issues stemming from industry disruption and driving change, to…

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