Tag Archives: communication

Cha-cha-cha-Changing: Do your prospects know you’ve changed?

Which do you think is harder … making a change or getting people to realize you have? Granted, some of us may seem like change addicts to those who hang on to the familiar for long periods of time, but … Continue reading

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Rant: Can Communicators get a seat at the table?

Given this blog site is titled, “Rants & Raves,” one could say that my prior posts were all “raving.” In other words, hopefully useful tips presented with a positive message. So, it’s high time for some ranting. But don’t worry. … 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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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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