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50 Leadership Tips From the Plank Center

This past July, I had the pleasure of traveling to Chicago, Illinois, to attend the Plank Center Board meetings at the Union League Club. The Plank Center sponsored this year’s Leadership Rally for Chapter presidents and firm directors as well as the Living Legends Panel at National Conference, as it continues to further the work […]

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Leadership, as told by Miranda Priestly

For those of you who haven’t seen “The Devil Wears Prada,” this won’t make much sense. For those with good taste, please enjoy. Like her or hate her, Miranda Priestly is effective in her job. What can we learn from the Devil herself? Plenty. For now, let’s focus on three things — never settle for […]

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Strive to Be a #Leader, Not a #Boss

Close your eyes and think of the best supervisor you have ever had — did they take time to explain a project to you? Did they listen to you? Did they encourage you? Or were they critical, defensive and quick to place blame on others? The difference between these two people — one is a […]

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March Twitter Chat “Tips From The Top” Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our March PRSSA Twitter Chat! We had really great participation and insight from everyone for our “Tips From The Top” March chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank co-moderators National President, Lauren K. Gray, tweeting from @laurenkgray and the Vice President of Public Relations, Lauren Rosenbaum, tweeting from the @PRSSANational account. [View […]

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