Hot Topic, Inspiration, Personal Branding, Public Relations

Can You Be a Leader, But Not Lead?

"Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity." —Gen. George S. Patton Think of a great leader or someone you believe is a great leader. What are their leadership qualities? What have they done to prove to be a great leader? These questions… Continue reading Can You Be a Leader, But Not Lead?

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Three Steps for New Pros

[Jas' note: I'm thrilled to welcome Niki Ianni, a fellow Temple University alum, to the blog with a great and timely post.] Six months ago to the day, I put on my new Macy’s clearance rack suit, smoothed my hair, double-checked my briefcase for all the basics and took a deep breath as I walked… Continue reading Three Steps for New Pros

Hot Topic, Monday Minute

Monday Minute: Teamwork

"How do we do this?" - Hawkeye  "As a team." - Captain America Teamwork... it seems so easy. But, then why do so many businesses, companies, etc. find it hard to build the right team? In today's Monday Minute, we discuss teamwork, with some help from "Earth's Mightiest Heroes." How do you build your team?

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What the Avengers can teach you about PR

I have no problem admitting that I'm passionate about public relations, social media marketing, and teamwork. But, I'm also a huge super hero geek. Seeing how Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America have been placed on the big screen has been awesome. On Friday, May 4, The Avengers opens in theaters around North America. I've done… Continue reading What the Avengers can teach you about PR

Hot Topic, Inspiration, Marketing, Public Relations, Uncategorized

Points of Leadership

I received President George W. Bush's book "Decision Points" as a gift for Christmas.  As someone who is a history buff and enjoys reading about how president's think, I was eager to dive in.  There have been 44 men that have led our country and each one was different from the other.  All have had their… Continue reading Points of Leadership