Author: Emma Dimock
As business leaders, we need to recognize that life is hard. The pandemic has taught us that we need to show more compassion and empathy.
When I see people in passing now, their first instinct is to ask, “How are you?” But most people don’t actually mean it. Checking the box is more disrespectful than not asking at all, at least in my view. The “how are you?” doesn’t have to be a throwaway line. On the contrary, it can be used effectively to convey care and compassion.
Just like your electronics, your "internal" batteries need to be charged. So how do you keep your batteries charged?
The lessons from my father resonated because they were simple and straightforward: Look people in the eye and say their name. In truth, it’s the No. 1 rule in business.
Nancy Marshall shares 21 key takeaways for public relations professionals in 2021, highlighting wisdom from PR Maven® Podcast guests and offering insights of her own.
In today’s world, it’s virtually impossible to succeed as a business — large or small — without engaging in some form of content marketing.
In crisis communications, you need to act quickly. If you “mess up,” you need to “fess up” and share accurate facts.
Josh Kim, a college senior and founder of The Cubby — an art marketplace for college students — on how to jumpstart an entrepreneurial career.
Don’t be hesitant to promote yourself. In today’s business world, self-promotion is indispensable. It is the key to landing a new job, securing a client or running a business altogether.
Talking to someone you don’t know can open up new horizons — horizons you could never even imagine. Despite what you learned growing up, talking to strangers is one of the most important social components of business.