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Dr. King’s Compassionate Talking 

Susan Kuczmarski, Ed.D., Co-Founder, Kuczmarski Innovation  Effective compassion is rooted in words. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., engaged in compassionate talking. He was direct, open and deep. All leaders can learn from Dr. King’s use of words and how he communicated to others. Leaders who nurture compassion among employees often experience significant long-term benefits…

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How to Audit Your Internal Comms in 7 Easy Steps (FREE WEBINAR)

Join us on January 12th The free Ragan webinar sponsored by Workshop offers templates and tactics for analyzing your internal messaging and benchmarking employee engagement. When was the last time you measured your internal communications? Without a comprehensive audit, you won’t know if your messages are resonating with employees—or if a new channel is worth…

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5 Social Media Tactics to Use Now

Jill Kurtz, Owner, Kurtz Digital Strategy Social media can be a grind. The options are always changing and new content is always needed. The effort can help you reach and exceed business goals, so stick with it. By working smarter and not harder, you can use these five tips to make sure your social media strategy…

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How to Create a Thriving Culture in a Digital Workplace

  Get crucial tips and takeaways for the year ahead, culled from a recent webinar produced by Simpplr. Robby Brumberg, Ragan Communications As we speed into 2022, many companies are still grappling with how to create a close-knit workplace environment that helps employees thrive. Maintaining a strong culture is no easy task amid ongoing pandemic…

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PR Masters Series Podcast, Episode #57 – Brad MacAfee, Founder & CEO, Mission + Cause

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 Brad MacAfee,…

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Why Can’t TikTok Block the Blackout Challenge?

  Dr. David Hagenbuch, Ethicist and Professor of Marketing, Messiah University, Author of Honorable Influence, Founder of MindfulMarketing.org Many people’s New Year’s resolutions are to eat less and exercise more.  Fortunately, few people need to promise to kill less.  That goal, though, may be a good one for the world’s-fastest growing social media platform in order to better protect the lives of young users…

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Yearning for Learning in 2022

  Cary Broussard, Author, Speaker, Coach, DE&I Advocate McKinsey & Co just released an all-time perfect New Year’s resolution.  Companies that focus on creating diverse workforces are 35% more likely to have above-average profit margins in 2022. Taking steps to plan professional development opportunities for a diverse employee base in 2022 is smart. Learning organizations,…

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Grazia USA: The Most Notable Magazine Launch of 2021

(Editor’s Note: To read Tony Silber’s interview with Mr. Magazine,™ for MediaPost’s Publishers Daily, about the magazine launches of 2021 including the launch of the year, the relaunch of the year, and the reinvention of the year please click here.) The Mr. Magazine™ Conversation With Dylan Howard, Chairman, CEO & Publisher “We live in a digital…

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Miami’s Marc Roberts On Adapting Communications to Digital Events

  Corporate events and conferences have been one of the biggest contributors to business growth for many years,  However, the pandemic and its guidelines quickly started impacting both work and personal engagements last year. While most attendees used to be drawn to events that gave them memorable experiences or provided great networking opportunities, the pandemic…

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Winning Over New Talent: Why “Purpose” Trumps the Paycheck

  Shelley Spector, Co-Founder of The Museum of Public Relations & President, Spector & Associates Since the pandemic began, I’ve had the chance to engage online with thousands of students throughout the US and abroad.  While most were PR majors, planning on careers in the field, a good percentage were “on the fence” about their career goals;…

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ASTATE: The Intersection of Innovation, Blockchain and Virtual Reality

CommPRO Editorial Staff Looking back at what 2021 uncovered, one thing is clear: virtual reality is one of the most important aspects that will shape our future. Nonetheless, it is essential also to know which projects are the ones that will strive in this novel worldwide paradigm! ASTATE is an aggregator, a community that uses…

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Opinion Series: Science for Social Good, Part III – How Science and Humanity Can Help Our Youth Mental Health Crisis 

Our Children are Definitely Not Alright Dwayne Flinchum, President, ScientificBrandsTM If the future of this world is in the hands of young people, we’re tolerating and even cultivating a society that thrusts unimaginable burdens upon them. Just look at the proliferation of deadly drugs like fentanyl, an ever-increasing epidemic of school shootings, climate change and extreme…

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Maintaining a Career in Marketing – Here’s What you Need to Know

(Marketing) Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing A marketer’s work can be difficult in today’s always-on, virtual environment. We live in a fast-paced culture, what was new last year is now old news. As someone in marketing, it is imperative to stay up to date on trends. If you find your marketing knowledge is outdated you…

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Medical and Healthcare SEO

  Mike Paffman, CEO, VIRGO PR Whenever consumers are looking for any sort of healthcare information, the first place that they turn to is often a search engine like Google. In fact, one of the most common digital activities among users of all ages is looking up information regarding healthcare, and companies in the industry have…

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Trust Must Prevail in Remote Work (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Prior to the pandemic, working from home was a privilege affording to a small segment of the US labor force.  Now, over 42% of workers have a remote full time job.  At the height of the pandemic, 69% of all employees were remote.  Now that so many people have experienced…

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