Category Archives: Internal Communications

Why Public Relations Practitioners Need to Be Organizational Educators

In the old days, it was simple for us communicators. Do some media training for just a few of the top spokespeople in the organization and ensure everyone is on message. Then work on coming up with a story, pitch … Continue reading

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Holiday greeting lessons from Truman State University

Don’t we all love receiving those politically correct holiday well wishes with no personalized message from brands we hardly ever interacted with? Note sarcasm. Of course, holiday greetings, done right, are an important way in which we can connect with … Continue reading

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Communications advice to all the people giving Marissa Mayer communications advice

It has been interesting, entertaining and alarming to see all the criticism coming at Yahoo and CEO Marissa Mayer following the leaked internal announcement from the company’s HR director to ban all telecommuting. Numerous “experts” have voiced their dismay at … Continue reading

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Restoring trust through open communications

Do you trust banks’ press releases? When a Fortune 500 CEO gives a talk about the company’s outlook, is he/she believable? Do you think organizations’ claims about being sustainable and environmentally friendly are really accurate? Do you feel that your … Continue reading

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