Editorial

Each One, Teach One: A Speed Dating Exercise in Mentorship

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Guest post by Aaliyah Miller “Each one, teach one.” – An African proverb The African proverb above has a strong significance in my life. It’s significance is two-fold; historical and practical. According to Wikipedia, the short yet powerful phrase, “originated in the United States during slavery, when Africans were denied education, including learning to read. […]

Events

Fake News & Fancy Free Panel in New Haven

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Greater Connecticut Chapter – PRSA NEW DATE: THURSDAY APRIL 19, 2018 Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT Annual Meeting – Panel Discussion Fake News and Fancy Free Reporting – How to Tell Your Story in the 21st Century. Format Panel Introducer – Greater Connecticut Chapter PRSA Officer Moderator – Diane Orson – Host Morning Edition […]

Editorial

If Sam Nunberg Were My Client… Guest Blog

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By Ken Scudder Sam Nunberg’s two in-person interviews (on CNN and MSNBC), and his phone-in to Katy Tur, were classic counter-examples of how to handle oneself with the media. Nunberg ranted, raved, whined, and played the martyr, leading those on both sides of the aisle genuinely concerned for his well-being. Nunberg could have made some […]

Editorial

39 Ways to Lose Your Job

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By John T. Tintera, Founder JTT Marketing People over the age of 40 know that everyone under 40 knows EVERYTHING. A horrible generalization, but there’s some truth to it. Only it didn’t begin 20 years ago. I can remember being in a job in my late twenties where I was the front-line account executive for […]