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Celebrating Female Leaders Everywhere

rbb Communications rbb Communications is a woman-owned, integrated agency in South Florida, that has rapidly grown from a seven-person boutique to the largest agency in Florida. With Women’s History Month being a time to admire and learn from the achievements of female leaders everywhere, we asked our own powerful women, that have brought rbb success,…

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Political Strategy or Political Insanity? We’ll Know On November 3, Maybe

(Author’s Note: This is the eight in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide and presidential campaigns. In this column, I question the president’s most recent political actions.) Arthur Solomon Many…

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A Crisis Manager’s PR Advice to President Trump

  Thomas J. Madden, Chairman and CEO, Transmedia Group Mr. President, soon as you’re out of danger and feeling up to it, I offer you this crisis management advice as I have helped the CEO’s of some of America’s largest corporations to deal with crises effectively, turning scalding water into bubbling cool springs.   And I’m sorry to…

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Online Profiles: 10 Ways To Improve Yours

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Online profiles play a very important role in your job search.  Profiles can help recruiters find you and, if a hiring manager is interested in your resume, they will check you online.  Of all the online sites, LinkedIn is probably the most important site.  Take the time to review your profile…

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Get Hired: Six Tips to Stand Out During your Job Search

Stacey Ross Cohen, CEO/President of Co-Communications Since the onset of the pandemic, more than 50 million job claims have been filed.  If you are one of the many seeking a new job, you need to develop a compelling narrative and competitive advantage. To succeed, it is not enough to merely update your resume – – you…

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To the Class of 2020, Now What? 

Hannah Lindsey, Wisconsin-Madison ‘20  Today, I woke up to three alerts on my phone: “unemployment rate falls to 13 percent” from the Washington Post, a video of a 75 year-old protester being pushed to the ground by police from Twitter, and a Snapchat from my best friend.  To myself and other members of the Class…

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German Soccer Announces Imminent Return

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR  Sports are slowly making a comeback around the world. Some baseball leagues have begun playing games, albeit without fans in the stands, NASCAR will start racing later this month with similar limitations, and now it appears that the German Bundesliga is on track to resume sometime in May.  The Bundesliga has…

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Coopting Commencement

Dr. David Hagenbuch, Ethicist and Professor of Marketing, Messiah College, Author of Honorable Influence, Founder of MindfulMarketing.org   People are missing out on many favorite activities because of the pandemic, but not being able to eat in a restaurant or go to the movies are small sacrifices compared to the major life events some have been forced to forgo: weddings, honeymoons,…

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Women at Work: 5 Essentials to Power Up Your Personal Brand

Stacey Ross Cohen, President & CEO, Co-Communications Despite great strides made in women’s empowerment and gender equality, women still make up a small segment of top leadership jobs. Successful women understand the power of personal branding.  Personal branding is no longer a luxury – it’s a requirement whether you have your own business or are…

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Should Business Travelers Worry about the Coronavirus?

Teri Dreher, RN, CCM, Board Certified Patient Advocate Turn on the news, and all you hear is terrifying statistics about the coronavirus. Like how there’s been more than 75,000 cases confirmed and more than 2,000 people have died. But do you know if you should really be worried about it—i.e., what you’re risks of contracting it…

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Interview Advice: 7 Items To Ignore

    Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Interview advice, everyone has it.  It’s all over the internet.  But is it accurate?  Times change and what was good advice yesterday is no longer relevant.  According to PayScale, these seven items should be ignored:  Don’t wear color.  While black is the safest choice for an interview, there isn’t…

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