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Don’t You Dare Spin This: Media Prep for Execs

If there is one thing I don’t like about public relations (PR), it’s the perception of spin. Sure, I have on a few occasions laughed along with the hints and winks because, well, it is the point of reference for … Continue reading

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How Millennials are Shaping Corporate Politics

  Today I am pleased to introduce another guest blogger from our CSR Transformations consortium of expert global consultants. Andrea (Andy) Starr spent her career in sales engagement positions in major corporations. I think you will be intrigued by her … Continue reading

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Psst! Business Secrets: When to Hold ‘Em, When to Fold ‘Em

There are few things more sacred in public relations than the ability to keep business secrets close to the vest. It certainly rings true that information is power. Just look at recent news headlines and you will know there is … Continue reading

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How to Work Globally: 5 Things Dr. Seuss Might Say

Between you and me … tea isn’t always tea, you see. Humbled to copycat our dear Dr. Seuss, I ask you to consider this: ordering tea in different parts of the world offers a nice sip of the nuances of … Continue reading

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