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Bringing Out-Group Members In

This blog was originally posted on Platform Magazine. Read it here. Out-groups and in-groups are part of everyday public relations and while the in-group is usually the easier of the two to work with, both are extremely valuable to the success of a company. In order to understand the value of the out-group, we must […]

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5 Career Tips for the Young Professional

I, like many other attendees at this year’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference, was in search for some career advice. The public relations industry is competitive and for most of us, getting our foot in the door can be challenging. However, with a little guidance and proper execution, it can be […]

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The Art of Conflict and Crisis [National Conference 2018 Session Recap]

Session: The Art of Conflict and Crisis Presenter: Dr. Raquel Perez, Aileen Izquierdo, Heather Radi-Bermudez, Florida International University Recap: The Art Of Conflict and Crisis, while a necessity for public relations professionals, is not discussed as much as it should be. The three PR practitioners from Florida International University began their session by asking their audience […]

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Code for Communication [National Conference 2018 Session Recap]

Session: Code for Communication Presenter: Brandi Boatner, Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets, IBM Recap: Brandi Boatner presented on tech public relations and the importance of this type of PR, as she works at IBM, a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company. Boatner started her presentation by stating that she is the “Beyoncé of the […]

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Communication in Government: Our Role in the State [PR in Peru, RC Recap]

Session: Communication in Government: Our Role in the State Presenter: Estela Roeder, Consultant in Strategic Communication Recap: Estela Roeder began her presentation by talking about the function that the communicator has in the State. She proposed this question, “Do we communicate to govern or do we govern to communicate?” She emphasized the development of communication […]

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The Art of Conflict and Crisis [National Assembly Recap]

Session: Special Session: The Art of Conflict and Crisis and Spring Exhibition Presenter: Dr. Raquel Perez, Aileen Izquierdo, and Heather Radi–Bermudez Recap: At the beginning of the session, the presenters clarified the difference between a conflict and a crisis. A conflict is the inevitable incompatibility of goals while a crisis jeopardizes an organization’s reputation. The […]

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Why You Should Invest in #PRSSANC

Attending the PRSSA 2017 National Conference is one of the best things you can do for your college and professional career. Between the professional development sessions, social networking events and more, you will have countless opportunities to grow personally and launch your future career. However, it can be difficult to make that initial investment of […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Engaging with Professionals Online

Thanks to the internet, professionals across the world are available for communication 24/7 no matter where you live. Here is a helpful list of dos and don’ts when it comes to contacting professionals: DO: Loop it back to how you heard/know the professional. Professionals are more likely to reach out and give a job to […]

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April Monthly Reading Round-Up — Crisis Communications, Creative Thinking, Al Golin, Spring 2017 Issue of FORUM

As we approach the end of the semester, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest news and trends. Luckily, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up has you covered. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. Is Reactive the New Proactive? Author: Mike Popowski Publication: Ad Age Traditionally, an advertising […]

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From Nikes to Heels: How Being an Athlete Makes Me a Better Professional

As public relations students and professionals, we understand the importance of efficient communication. Our success lies in our ability to form lasting relationships and communicate effectively with clients, key publics, media and co-workers. Some public relations professionals were born with a natural aptitude for the career. Their effortless charm, creative thinking, leadership abilities and strong […]

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