Public relations teams go to great lengths to prepare for crisis situations. They develop talking points, train their team, appoint spokespeople and map out media strategy. They’re ready to communicate to the public at a moment’s notice. But no crisis communications plan is complete without consideration of one of the most crucial audiences: your organization’s own employees.Read More ›››
“Show, don’t tell!” It’s the cardinal rule of creative writing, the adage of English teachers everywhere. And it’s one lesson that extends beyond high school and into the business world. It’s common sense: if you’ve got something to sell, it’s critical to show it to the people who might want to buy it.Read More ›››
Even if you hit the gym regularly, it might not be enough to offset the effects of too much sitting.
Societal changes in transportation and communication have prompted most of us to a more sedentary lifestyle. Let’s face it, between commuting, working, and grabbing a couple hours of leisure time (TV), we are spending the majority of our day on our butts.Read More ›››