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Humility as an Attribute of Effective Leadership (#1 Trending Article in 2019)

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published last summer and has achieved an extraordinary readership.  It is a timely and important topic.  Appreciation to Helio Fred Garcia for sharing his wisdom with the CommPRO community. Helio Fred Garcia, Executive Director, Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership One of the common patterns of mis-handled crises of…

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Why PR is Actually A Leadership Position

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR  Being effective when it comes to public relations doesn’t just mean that a person can quickly write up a short speech or a snappy press release. Working in the world of public relations means working strategically, starting from the boardroom and ending with the response of the campaign.  Many people around the world…

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Qualities Of Leaders

Hamed Wardak, Entrepreneur  There have been plenty of big changes happening in the world of business lately. This means that to stay on top of the game, companies and the leaders need to constantly change and evolve. Communication Skills  First and foremost, one of the key skills that any leader should have – especially a…

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Golin Leadership Structure Appoints Matt Neale CEO

Gary Rudnick Named President & COO CommPRO Editorial Staff IPG’s Constituency Management Group (CMG) today announced a streamlined leadership structure at Golin, a leading global public relations firm. Matt Neale will take over as Golin’s sole CEO, effective immediately. Mr. Neale, who had served as co-CEO since 2016 under a shared chief executive leadership structure,…

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iX Leadership: A Few Quick Tips to Thwart Those Gnarly Culture Killers

Meg Manke, Senior Partner, Rose Group Int’l “Hello, McFly?!” This quote recited time-and-again by Biff Tannen in the Back to the Future movies floats around our house pretty frequently. And, whenever I’m asked what the magic recipe is for great customer experience, the same thought pops into my head. “Hello, McFly! Don’t you know the answer?!”…

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4 Leadership Lessons To Learn Today

David Diaz, Director, Davenport Laroche It’s hard to know what kind of leader you’re going to need to be until you find yourself in a position where it’s time to take charge. You might have an idea of what kind of leader you’d like to be, but as situations evolve and reality unfolds, you might discover…

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Marketing Trends Shared by Industry Leaders at Advertising Week New York

  Loralyn Mears, PhD Multi-track conferences are often difficult for people to navigate. Despite the effort put into planning your schedule, FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) will creep in. You’ll worry that you’re going to miss something. An example is Advertising Week New York which is filled with industry experts, leaders and gurus which makes…

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Government and Industry Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Leaders Highlight Two-Day ‘Future of Money’ Symposium at the Schar School

Speakers from Around the World Explore New Technologies, Innovative Uses, and Public Policy Issues for Digital Currency CommPRO Editorial Staff The rapidly expanding fields of blockchain and cryptocurrencies will be examined in depth by policymakers, industry executives, and academic leaders during an international, two-day symposium at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government.…

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Marketing and Leadership: Like “Love And Marriage…”

  Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR Noted singer Frank Sinatra introduced the song bearing that title in 1955. Its lyrics went on, “…go together like a horse and carriage……you can’t have one without the other.” Why? Marketing and leadership parallel those lyrics. A marketing manager, as the title implies, manages marketing for an organization. That is…

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8 Ways Leaders Build Collaboration

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Most leaders agree that effective collaboration is more important than ever in today’s turbulent business environment. In fact, a company’s very survival may depend on how well it can combine the potential of its people and the quality of the information they possess with their ability — and willingness — to…

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Golin Strenthens Healthcare Leadership with NY Hire of Rachel Hooper

CommPRO Editorial Staff Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG) agency Golin hired Rachel Hooper as executive director to lead the firm’s media, digital, and public affairs healthcare pursuits across the Healthcare Practice. She officially started on April 15 and is based in Golin’s New York office, reporting to Neera Chaudhary, global president of healthcare. Hooper has more…

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Oh, The Places You’ll Go: Four Leadership Lessons from Commencement Season

Dr. Sandra J. Peart, Dean, University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies The content of commencement speeches often amounts to little more than the title line from the Dr. Seuss book “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” Granted, the commencement speech is a tough assignment. How does one adequately convey pearls of wisdom to a…

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Leadership Coaching and Development Service for Public Relations, Corporate Communications and Agency Leaders Launched

CommPRO Editorial Staff CommunicationsMatch has partnered with Ken Jacobs, ACC, CPC, to provide leadership coaching and development as a service to corporate and agency public relations, advertising,  communications and marketing leaders and executives. Jacobs’ industry experience, combined with the rigorous discipline of a professionally trained coach, helps executives strengthen their leadership skills, address blind spots,…

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