Viewing the chance to share positive stories as a huge perk of working in PR
When’s the last time you did absolutely nothing? As a working mom, I honestly can’t remember. Life is full, challenging and scheduled. I was listening to a TED Radio hour show on Slowing Down that had me nodding my head with each of the talks.
Three tips I have learned for becoming a better leader for the varying needs of teams and clients.
Four PR lessons taken from the sport of fly-fishing.
For writers and journalists in the U.S., AP Style remains the standard for writing. Each year, a new AP Stylebook is released, which includes the latest “rules” for language, writing and grammar.
Ah, back to school time! I am reminded of those days heading into the fall trying to coordinate class schedules and work/internships. Where does one start?
Emotional intelligence, known as EQ, is being touted as a key ingredient to surviving any working environment.
What “Game of Thrones” can teach you about PR.