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    Celebrating American Business Women’s Day

    Posted September 22, 2017 By Sue Parente | Accolades, news, Story
    Think back to a time when you might have received a badge of some sort. Maybe it was a badge you earned as a Boy Scout or Girl Scout, as a community volunteer or for campaigning on behalf of a political candidate. Or perhaps you know someone who is a first-responder or member of law enforcement who carries a badge. In just about every case that read more >

    Flexing Your Right Brain: The Expanded Role of Creativity in Public Relations

    “Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” read more >

    Making True Believers: An Overview of The Business of Belief

    Belief is a powerful emotion and it’s one we all work to cultivate on a daily basis – whether we’re aware of it or not. All of us need to make believers of our key “audiences”: whether those are our customers, employees, board members, business partners, local town hall participants, students, or even our own family members. read more >

    Speeches that Make the Grade: Elements of an Effective Speech

    This most recent college graduation season, chock full of high-profile commencement speakers, gives us a fresh opportunity to look at what makes a memorable and effective speech. read more >

    Sixty Seconds for Social: Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends - Through the Social Lens

    Background Image Credit: http://www.kpcb.com/internet-trends Being in the know couldn’t possibly be any more critical in the world of social media, and thanks to the release of Mary Meeker’s 2016 annual Internet Trends Report on Wednesday, that’s exactly where we’ll stay. read more >

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