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Active vs. Passive Learning: Who’s the Winner?

Active learning is all the rage. To define it for our purposes here, active learning involves hands-on, participatory professional development. For example, it’s the difference between an interactive… 1,045 more words

Media Training

Lindsay Lohan: Saying #MeToo Makes Women Look Weak? Not a Good Idea

There’s a certain level of emotional intelligence required to speak well publicly. You have to be aware of yourself, you should hopefully have deep empathy for others, and because of that you should be able to discern when not to speak, how to speak and on what topics. 1,069 more words

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Lindsay Lohan: Saying #MeToo Makes Women Look Weak? Not a Good Idea

There’s a certain level of emotional intelligence required to speak well publicly. You have to be aware of yourself, you should hopefully have deep empathy for others, and because of that you should be able to discern when not to speak, how to speak and on what topics. 1,069 more words

ENTERTAINMENT

INTERVIEW TIPS FROM THE TRENCHES

As a communications agency, media relations training is part and parcel of what we do.  We train clients almost every week on media  do’s and don’ts to ensure they communicate their messages as clearly and effectively as possible.  703 more words

Business

Your Home Biz Training this Thursday night!

🍉Special training this Thursday night!

✔Join us for a special training on CinchShare’s upgraded post library! We will walk you through all of the new features including bulk photo upload, creating folders and sub-folders, sharing those folders with others and getting your CinchShare library all organized! 46 more words

YOUR HOME BIZ. Inspire, Learn, Share,

No Former Reporters in Your Media Relations Shop? Uh-oh

A colleague recently brought to my attention an article in The Washington Post by reporter Steve Pearlstein. It is headlined, ”’No comment’: The death of business reporting.” 909 more words

Media Training

Privacy Is No Longer a Thing. Ask #planebae

I can’t get away from these hashtags, y’all. If you haven’t heard the story of #planebae, let what you read here serve as “a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.” 1,179 more words

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