New Paradigms for Employee Culture and Communication

For more than 20 years, I have worked with different organizations in Latin America exploring employees’ happiness and drama in the corporate world through conversations with managers, core teams, and technicians. Today, organizations are learning how to address some of these questions: How to balance work and personal l ...

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Followers and the Content They Pay Attention To

In our contemporary world of communications, whether it is for personal or professional use, social media is ubiquitous.  Last year, 81 percent of all Americans had a social media profile and this year over 2.5 billion people are expected to be social media users worldwide. By 2021, that number will grow to over 3 billion so ...

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Everything is not Pleasantville: Examining the Working Relationship between PR and Fundraising

This blog post is a summary of “Everything is not Pleasantville: Reframing Public Relations Encroachment as Work Group Autonomy in Higher Education,” by Christopher Wilson, Ph.D., Brigham Young University; Mark Callister, Ph.D., Brigham Young University; and Melissa Seipel, M.A., Cornell University. For the full study, please visit t ...

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