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A Conversation with Stevie Van Zandt, Author, ‘Unrequited Infatuations’

  Stevie Van Zandt while, perhaps, best known as a founding member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street band and leader of Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, he is also a writer, producer, actor (having starred in the Sopranos and Lilyhammer), radio host on Sirius/XM’s Little Steven’s Underground garage, political activist, founder of TeachRock.org, and much…

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Peppercomm Introduces Laughing Matters Council to Help Businesses Harness the Power of Humor

CommPRO Editorial Staff Peppercomm, a leading strategic communications and marketing agency, today announced the launch of its new strategic advisory council of trusted experts in humor. The Laughing Matters Council brings together distinguished industry leaders with an eye for workplace culture and breakthrough thinking to guide Peppercomm and its clients in using the principles of humor to drive long-term business success.   The Stakes Have Never…

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5 Things You Should Be Doing to Get a Promotion in HR

[Source] Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Human resources is one of the most crucial departments of any company. After all, it’s the people that make a business work. It’s only natural that those in charge of finding these people and keeping them happy play such a vital role in the success of a company.  However,…

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How Communicators Can Maximize Vaccine Mandate Messaging

  As companies prepare to comply with the White House’s new measures to control the virus, comms pros should prepare for bumpy months ahead. An expert shares how to excel in this fraught environment. Sally Ann O’Dowd, Accenture President Joe Biden recently announced a series of proposals to combat COVID-19 more rigorously, including a rule requiring organizations…

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PART TWO: A Conversation with Jason Miller, Communications Strategist and Former Trump Spokesman on the 2020 Presidential Election, the Big Lie, and the Events of January 6th

  Join Michael Zeldin in a conversation with Jason Miller, communications strategist and spokesman for former president Donald Trump as the review the presidential election of 2020, the Big Lie, and the events of January 6, 2021.  Click hereto listen to PART ONE of this two-part season premiere. Guest Jason Miller CEO, GETTR  Former Senior Advisor, Donald J. Trump,…

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PART ONE: A Conversation with Jason Miller, CEO of the Social Media Company GETTR, on Issues of Free Speech and Social Media Censorship

  In our inaugural episodes of season two, we begin with a two-part interview with Jason Miller. Jason is an American communications strategist, political advisor and CEO of GETTR, a conservative social network alternative to Twitter. Jason is, perhaps, best known as the chief spokesman for the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign and transition of former President Trump. In this episode we…

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3 Tools for Alternative Investment Firms

  Sierra Powell, Freelancer Alternative investment firms are companies that use traditional financial strategies. Also, they use techniques to generate returns on investments. Alternative investments have higher risk-reward ratios than stocks, bonds, or other more conventional instruments. Besides, alternative investment firms are more and more popular these days with the economic downturn. They offer a…

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Richard Levick – Unplugged with Michael Caputo

  “How I wish, how I wish you were here We’re just two lost souls Swimming in a fishbowl Year after year Running over the same old ground What have we found? The same old fears Wish you were here” – Roger Waters & David Gilmour of Pink Floyd Almost 40 years ago I was…

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People Move in the Direction of The Images They Create

Laurie Marshall, Author, Innovator and Artist  Educator George Hoffecker spoke these powerful words – “People move in the direction of the images they create.” His statement reflects that, like any tool, social media can be used for positive or negative results. Wielding Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Parlor, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube or Reddit, today’s communicators can promote…

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PR Masters Series Podcast, Episode #53 – Lynn Appelbaum

About the Podcast The Stevens Group has been presenting the PR Masters Series Podcast for almost two years now.  This series is part of the ongoing partnership between The Stevens Group and CommPRO to bring to PR, digital/interactive and marketing communications agencies the wisdom of those who have reached the top of the PR profession.  Today’s special guest is Lynn…

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The Impact of Diversity and Inclusion on Company Culture and Revenue

  Since company culture is defined as the aggregate of attitudes, values, beliefs, and behaviors — the make-up of a workforce is the very bedrock of that culture.  When your workforce is all males, all females, all people of one race or religion, you get a group existing in an echo-chamber of sorts, with many…

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Season One Finale: A Conversation with Max Weinberg, Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame drummer from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band

  Join Michael Zeldin for this extraordinary 90-minute conversation with Max Weinberg, Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame drummer from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, as they discuss Max’s musical career, his thoughts on music and drumming, his recollections of other great drummers, especially the late Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, and much more. Guest Max Weinberg,…

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A Call for Action: The Role of DEI Data in Charting a Path Forward

Carmella Glover, President, Diversity Action Alliance  As storytellers by trade, we’ve undoubtedly heard convincing perspectives touting diversity or calling out a lack of diversity within the workplace in the PR and communications industry. Leaders trumpet the growth of diversity in their teams, the new hires or recently promoted employees who represent a marginalized group, the…

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How to Read Zoom Body Language

  Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. In my speeches and seminars on Leadership Presence, I include a section about body language: how to use it to create a positive impression and how to become more aware of the nonverbal messages that others are sending. After this section, I’m often asked the same question: “If all I…

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Richard Levick -Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

“It’s sad, so sad Why can’t we talk it over? Ohh, it seems to me That sorry seems to be the hardest word” – Elton John In the late 1960s, when I was in fifth through seventh grades, my best friend, Becky, lived a few houses away. I was a motherless child and she was…

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