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Stories by Seth Arenstein
With an ‘all-sides-of-the-desk’ background, few people are better placed to discuss pitching than Lisa Morgan. PR should think better when it pitches, she says.
The National Football League has endured a slew of issues and crises in the past five years. This month’s Crisis Averted takes a look at the most recent issues.
We provide a book review of Evan Nierman’s new book., which contains mostly standard crisis advice, though the novelty is whom he’s attempting to reach and how his insights are presented. This book’s main beneficiaries are owners of small businesses, with limited or no background in PR or media relations.
This month, we discuss in-crisis moments, after you’ve determined you’re in a crisis. Our dialoguers are veteran communicators and authors Eric Dezenhall, co-founder and president of DC-based Dezenhall Resources, and Chris Rosica, president of Rosica Communications of NJ. Both whack at a few sacred cows in this dialogue.
They are among the most-asked questions now: What will the return to office (RTO) look like and when will it happen? For most companies, the truth is, ‘We’re not entirely sure.’