This post has been a long-time coming, but I am writing it today because one of my professional PR friends just told me that I am “too principled” and that I should do whatever a client asks, even if I think it is a bad idea, so that I can get paid for the work. Sure. Thanks for the advice, but also...have you met me?
Every organization has to make part of its mission to extinguish racism's flames—whether it be flaming white supremacy, standard white privilege, or toxic masculinity culture.
I am calling BS on all the sales funnel, growth-hacking, money-making advertisements that try to pass themselves off as social selling.
This light history provides not only the most important milestones in royal publicity, but allows me to share communications fundamentals that are timeless.
There is a lot that we can take away in terms of Public Relations and Communications in looking at the first 2020 Presidential Debate.
PrimeTimePRchat with Lee from Obviouslee and Katie from Media Frenzy Global about the Act in Solidarity Agency Initiative
Companies are always interested in improving their cultures and positively impacting employee’s lives, but as we slog through this incredibly difficult time, companies are pressed to do good deeds, while feeling pressure to avoid politics or any topic that may be stressful for leadership, employees, or customers.