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10 Body Language Myths That Limit Success

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Body language plays a key role in your career – from your first job interview to the ongoing process of building professional relationships to being perceived as having leadership presence. But not everything you’ve heard about body language is accurate. Don’t limit your success by buying into these ten myths: Using…

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Video: Building Your Brand In A New Era

Julie Talenfeld, President, BoardroomPR Social media began as a few websites used to connect with friends and family. It has since turned into a mass platform capable of growing business, developing client relationships and taking your brand to the next level. You should be taking advantage of new features and updates to help maximize your…

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Reporter Survey Reveals New Trends to Generate Earned Media

CommPRO Editorial Staff A recent survey of journalists conducted by Reportable, Inc. reveals how news releases today are discovered by reporters, and how their form and function can be tailored to reporters’ needs. Understanding this phenomenon can help communications professionals get their organizations and clients noticed and generate more earned media, one of the most proven ways to…

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Our Duty is to Guide People to Real News and to Discern What’s Fake

Wendy Glavin, Founder and CEO, Wendy Glavin Agency Behind the Scenes @Social Journalism Livestream was explored by panelists Catherine Taibi, Bloomberg’s Social Media Editor, Peter Himler, Principal, Flatiron Communications, and Helen Novicka, Marketing Director and Head of Digital Media & Strategy, Burson-Marstellar, on Thursday, September 14 at Cision Headquarters. Moderator Chris Lynch, Chief Marketing Officer, Cision…

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Brands Take Note – Crisis Management Lesson from #HurricaneIrma

David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision PR Group   So often in crisis management we observe what individuals and brands do wrong and that receives most of the coverage.  Very seldom do we talk about things being done right.  So, this article is about doing crisis management the right way.  Florida Governor Rick Scott’s crisis management deserves praise…

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Expert Crisis Communications & Crisis Management Begin with Managing Expectations

Gerard Braud As the flooding disaster in Houston continues from Hurricane Harvey, and as I look back today, August 29th, on the 12th anniversary of my own experience with Hurricane Katrina, one element of crisis communications, crisis management, and disaster management looms heavy: Manage the expectations of your audience. In the case of Houston, managing the…

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PR Council presents: Bringing a Young Lion Mentality to Work

One brief. 30+ teams. 48 hours. Patty Bloom and Rachel Carlisle, Ketchum Representing “Team USA” at the Cannes Young Lion competition was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that taught us how to push our creative limits and fearlessly believe in our ideas. We left Cannes truly inspired and ready to bring a whole new mentality to our…

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Overcoming the Emotional Reaction to AVEs

A Balanced Conversation Around Advertising Value Equivalency Editor’s Note: Among the PR measurement community, advertising value equivalencies are like cockroaches: they’re holdovers from a prehistoric era, they’re impervious to science and they make you gag when you see them.  But for many PR practitioners, AVEs are a way to simply and inexpensively communicate PR value…

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Can United Airlines Repair Its Image?

David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision PR Group   The past several days have been a public relations nightmare for United Airlines and it does not appear that things will be improving for the embattled airline and its CEO, Oscar Munoz in the near future.  The United saga began when Dr. David Dao was violently dragged off a…

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Be Aware: 2017 Hiring Trends

The hiring season has begun and hiring trends are emerging.  While some aspects of interviewing will stay the same, technology is starting to make a huge difference as are the skills employers need and want. Understanding  how the interviewing process is changing, will give you an edge.  According to the Addison Group,  expect the following trends:

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Quashing the Free Press: Not a Good Idea

Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications After a recent presentation on journalism and the First Amendment, one of the high students asked me a question, “Do you consider yourself a yellow journalist or a muckraker?” I paused for a moment to make sure I answer the young man’s question carefully.   “I am a muckraker,”…

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Heart and Hustle at VaynerMedia

By 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 Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer, VaynerMedia. PT:  Claude, what I love and admire about you is how you’re pursuing your…

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How Leaders Project Charisma

By Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Let’s face it, in business dealings, charisma counts. A lot. And charisma is as much about body language and impression management as it is about issues and substance. I’ve seen many qualified people get passed over for promotion (or lose a sale or fail an interview) simply because they couldn’t…

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How to Navigate a Career Change

By Laurence Favier Alone I go quickly; together we go far. After several years at the same role in your company, you may wish to move and find a new job. This may be a choice to advance your career, improve your wages or simply to find a more interesting career. Sometimes you just know…

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The Power of Preparation: Clinton 1, Trump 0 (Op-Ed)

By Virgil Scudder, President, Virgil Scudder & Associates It’s a fact: The best prepared person has a winning edge: in sports, in business, or in an adversarial encounter on television such as Monday night’s Clinton-Trump presidential debate.  It was clear that Hillary Clinton prepared thoroughly for Monday night’s presidential debate and Donald Trump did not.  She clobbered…

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iHeartMedia and Hispanic Radio Legend Enrique Santos Form Strategic Alliance

By the Commpro Editorial Staff Today, iHeartMedia announced that it will be working with Hispanic radio legend Enrique Santos of Magnus Media.  Together they will work to create a multi-platform Hispanic initiative that will leverage iHeartMedia’s reach of more than a quarter of a billion monthly listeners.  This alliance showcases the increased importance and magnitude…

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