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Seven tips to help you prepare for a media interview

The media continues to be a key channel for organizations to communicate their stories to the public and shape the perceptions of their target audiences. In an era of the 24-hour news cycle, there are more opportunities to leverage the media to enhance reputations and persuade audiences. 845 more words

Communications

Is the President Christian?

by Dan Ward

Do you think President Obama is a Christian?

You’d be justified in asking why that question is being posed in a blog about strategic communication. 238 more words

Industry Musings

What's your message?

The question that I most often get asked by those that don’t blog, or use social media, is what do I say? There are obvious rules about not saying things that are offensive, and making sure that what you say makes sense, and is spelt and punctuated correctly. 364 more words

Blogging

The power of questions in communication

Last week I was having dinner with my friends in a restaurant. There was a sudden power failure. It lasted for few seconds. But the moments I spent in the dark urged to discover a child in 404 more words

COMMUNICATION

What is unique about power2present approach to business presentations and public speaking?

People who are not good at putting across their messages in the setting of a meeting room will not be able to succeed in their jobs or bring success to their companies. 105 more words
Business Presentation

What's your new year's resolution?

It’s never to early to start thinking about new year’s resolutions, my tip for 2015? Give your business a bit of love next year.

When you’re busy with day-to-day work it’s easy to lose sight of what you want for your business and why you started in the first place. 75 more words

PR Tips

Unity!

A Swahili proverb teaches us that ‘Unity is Strength and division is Weakness’. Can anybody really speak against unity? Has unity ever weakened a society? To humanity’s existence the answer is very likely NO. 302 more words

Key Messages