I got a note last week indicating that my proposal for a session called: “We Don’t Speak as Victims, We Speak as Survivors: Engaging the Media on Sensitive Topics” was accepted for the PRSA Mid-Atlantic District Chesapeake Conference … [more]
According to a CNBC story on Yahoo and a research survey by Harris Interactive, working in public relations (PR) is the fifth most stressful job (last year it was seventh). Here are some tips on how to deal with the stress on nonprofit PR staff.
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For a year early in my consulting practice, I subscribed to Nonprofit Quarterly, but found my print subscription (which was very pretty, often qualifying it for top of the pile status) sat in a corner of my desk, where it was occasionally nibbled on by dust … [more]
Since I wrote last week about how nonprofit PR pros should focus their reading to keep up with news … [more]
PR folks are known for comparing notes about what they like to read in the morning to stay on top of news relevant to their clients. And they are reading … [more]