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5 Style Ideas for Writers from David Ogilvy

Introduction

We spend a lot of time on the blog talking about writing. Bloggers typically like to write, I certainly do. Writing is the core of what bloggers, public relations and advertising people do. 731 more words

Public Relations

Put on Your Weekend Face! Its Impact on Employee Communications

Once considered less glamorous in the corporate communications repertoire, employee communications has new found respect in the C-suite.

Executives have consistently informed me of their interest in placing more emphasis on ensuring employees at all levels and locations know the firm’s strategy and direction, important successes, innovations, research, and the list goes on. 691 more words

Reputation Management

Five ways to show your communications culture some love

The goal to build an authentic and transparent culture is all the rage right now. That’s because organizations are finally realizing that these values deliver tangible value and produce desired results such as attracting great employees, building effective partnerships, and developing customer loyalty. 678 more words

Communications

Employee Communications Work Inside Out

There are no “silver bullets” when it comes to motivating and engaging employees. But there are things any business of any size can do to connect with their workers. 268 more words

Employee Communications

Facing Life Head On

One of the things I do as part of owning a communications business is write. I write memos, letters, speeches, video scripts, proposals and stories.  Stories about real people. 524 more words

Communication Builds Community

In my Public Relations Capstone course, we recently read a case study titled “Employee Communications and Community: An Exploratory Study” by Andi Stein. As a PR student, I know the effectiveness of the way messages are disseminated to key publics, but I never thought about it with employees. 301 more words

Public Relations