Monthly Archives: April 2013

3 Ways to Work like a Millennial – and Why You Should!

Pew Research poses a great question with their quiz, “How Millennial Are You?” Answer a few short questions and you are quickly scored against others in your generation, as well as Gen Y, AKA the millennials born between 1977-1998. Not … Continue reading

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How to Build Trust in Leadership

I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a group discussion about trust. It was sparked by a new book, “Dare: Accepting the Challenge of Trusting Leadership,” by Scott Weiss. The author surmises that for many reasons, we have lost our trust in leadership. The lack … Continue reading

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The #1 Way to Kill a Rubber Chicken

I will probably make all my friends in nonprofit mad with this story, but I am not saying anything that in their heart of hearts, they don’t already know.  So, here goes… How many times has your company been asked to … Continue reading

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Scandalous: Olivia Pope, PR and Me

I admit it. I am addicted to the ABC television show Scandal.  I mean, this is a Thursday night, don’t you dare interrupt that hour, edge-of-the-seat kinda love.  As a public relations professional, I have every reason to discard Olivia Pope as … Continue reading

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