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Here to Stay: Millennials Embrace the Workplace

March 2nd, 2017 · 1 Comment

Tweet By Sarah G. Dougherty “Ready or not… here we come!” While the public relations industry isn’t a game of hide-and-seek, it has braced itself in unique ways to adapt to and embrace the Millennial generation—my generation—in a trial and error, learn-as-we-go type of approach. It seems like there is so much commentary about this […]

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Emerging Leaders Prove Diverse Groups Achieve Better Results

February 27th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Jasmine Reed Most recently, I was selected along with three other fellow Auburn University students, to represent its Public Relations program at the very first Plank Center Challenge for Emerging Leaders. This two-day intensive workshop at the University of Alabama was presented by the Plank Center and several sponsors. It was jam packed with several […]

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‘Hidden Figures’ of Public Relations Honored at Black History Exhibit and Panel Discussion

February 20th, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet “It’s too bad we never learned about her [Inez Kaiser] in school.”  “Really though.  I guess I’ll have to do my own research especially if I want to learn about someone in my field that looks like me.”  By Kevin O. Agyakwa It was those comments above by two African-American young women from a college […]

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Thanks PCC!

February 13th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Jill Stewart 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of my arrival in Chicago. My four decades here track with my career path in public relations. During that time the Publicity Club of Chicago has been an integral part of my professional development. This is my thank you note to PCC. I.     Making acquaintances  Then as […]

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Tags: Careers · Future Leaders

How to Control Your Voice Like Morgan Freeman

January 31st, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet By John Millen Our human voice is a truly amazing instrument. We produce a range of incredibly nuanced sounds that are capable of conveying meaning, emotion, and subtle cues to others. Here’s a passage of dialogue from Morgan Freeman, as “Red” in The Shawshank Redemption. Try reading this without hearing his comforting, mellow-toned voice: […]

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