Mike McDougall’s Thanksgiving column is a PRNEWS tradition. His advice for stressed PR pros sounds good to us.
Signifying a growing popularity in PR as an academic major, our 2023 Education A-List has doubled in size. We noticed a rise in schools revising their curricula, offering classes that emphasize data and analytics as well as strategy and writing.
Which is scarier? Nights lurking around a haunted house as a Zombie Pickle or spending days pitching media at a PR firm? In time for Halloween, our writer finds similarities between the two.
PR is founded on a collection of concepts. Many are included in school and college textbooks. Here are some you won’t find in many texts.
Length matters. While good writing is good writing, PR professors and communicators differ over short- and long-form’s dominance.
I’ve written how the United States Navy shaped my leadership style in the communication world. Those lessons have been on my mind recently as we watch Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russia’s operational failures recall valuable… Continued
As Asian-American Heritage Month ends, there’s a lack of AAPI members in leadership jobs. The American view of leadership could be at fault.
PR should address staffers’ mental health. Listening to employees and communicating wellness efforts are good first steps.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, our writer discusses the importance of networking with women communicators during in-person events.