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The Evolution of Research, Advertising, PR and Impact of Technology on Media Organizations: Editors & Leaders Share Perspective in Communicators to Communicators (C2C) 3-Minute Insights Videos

Simon Erskine Locke, Founder & CEO, CommunicationsMatch Where is the communications industry headed? How has it evolved and what does the future hold? Over the last few months, we have interviewed editors and communications industry leaders to get their perspective for our Communicators to Communicators (C2C) 3-Minute Insights Videos. In this selection of interviews, Joe…

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What are the Crucial Behaviors of Collaborative Leaders?

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Most executives agree that 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 share that…

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Turn Your Leaders into Influencers (Free On-Demand Video)

  Webinar Overview Your organization’s leaders might be great communicators, but how do you turn them into influencers? You won’t want to miss this free webinar. Twitter has become synonymous with influence. We have their head of global brand strategy to share tips and best practices. You’ll also get the results of The Guide to Brand Authenticity:…

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Uber Leadership Suffers a Shakeup

Rhonda Adams This past week Uber cofounder and CEO Travis Kalanick told employees he had decided to take some time off to grieve for his mother, who was killed in a boating accident. In a memo released to the media, Kalanick said, in part: “Tragically losing a loved one has been difficult for me and…

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Leadership Training: It’s Never Too Early To Start

Lee McEnany Caraher, CEO and President, Double Forte It’s account coordinator season again. Across the country agencies are about to onboard a new “class” of entry level employees – recent college graduates who, most likely, had one, two or three internships during their college years. Optimism abounds – for these new faces and for your…

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John Brennan and José Andrés Headline Executive Marketers Leadership Summit

By CommPro.biz Editorial Staff Intersport and Washington Speakers Bureau hosted some of the nation’s top business leaders in Augusta, Ga. for the inaugural Executive Marketers Leadership Summit. Former CIA Director John Brennan and culinary innovator José Andrés were the featured speakers. Editor-in-Chief of Business Insider U.S. Alyson Shontell served as the moderator of the Summit…

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9 Inspiring Quotes from PR Leaders that Work for Any Business Leader

Filomena Fanelli, CEO/founder, Impact PR & Communications Returning to the office after a Public Relations Society of America Counselors Academy spring conference is invigorating. Pages of notes in-hand, fresh ideas in my mind and dozens of LinkedIn invites later, I feel ready to grapple with the second half of the year, check back in with…

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Trump’s 100-Day Speech in Harrisburg: Presidential “Leadership” Turned on Its Head

Richard Levick, Esq., Chairman and CEO, LEVICK If asked to define “presidential leadership,” most communications professionals would, I suspect, cite such traditional qualities as consistency, thoughtfulness, and the capacity to rise above narrow partisanship. To which the current occupant of the White House, New York native Donald Trump, would snarl: “Fuggedaboutit!” Restraint and reflection? They’re…

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Leaders Need Flexible Body Language

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Before the meeting began, Adam had assumed a “power pose,” standing with hands on hips and feet wide apart, for two full minutes, to get all the advertised benefits of doing so. And it worked. He could almost feel his stress level lowering and his self-confidence rising. By the time he…

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United Airlines O’Hare Fiasco: A Lesson for All Leaders

Virgil Scudder, President, Virgil Scudder & Associates The management of every large organization has to think about crisis; has to anticipate dreadful things that might happen and have a response plan at the ready.   But too often they focus only on the big things, overlooking how poor training or flawed judgment at lower levels can produce…

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Thought Leadership Actually Requires Thought and Leadership

Frank Strong, Founder & President, Sword and the Script Media The popular technology news site TechCrunch recently announced it was curtailing contributed content. It will stop considering unsolicited pitches from the public in favor of invitation-only contributions. Why the sudden change? Editor-in-Chief Matthew Panzarino and Senior Editor Jon Shieber underscore PR motivations in a co-written…

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PR Council Harvard Leadership Program

  The PR Council is once again offering its popular Harvard Leadership Program an MBA-style crash-course, focused on key lessons from Harvard Business School case studies, exercises and discussions that focus on compelling and relevant leadership topics. The course is led by Dr. Ashish Nanda, Director of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and former Harvard…

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Rhonda Adams On Building Confidence In Leadership

Rhonda Adams As the leader, your team looks to you not only to get it done but also to lead the way. On most days, you likely feel up to the task and excited about that opportunity. There are some days, though, that you don’t feel up to the task, and you’d rather stay in…

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