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What NOT to Wear for a Presentation

What NOT to Wear for a PresentationBy: Erin ProkesHave you ever watched an incredible Ted talk (click here for my one of favorites!) and marveled at the effortlessness of the presentation? Or, the last time you had to give a presentation did you convince yourself that you had to wear a suit jacket, ...

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Where’s the Ethics Emoji?

Where’s the Ethics Emoji? by Bob Sadowski, APRAs a Gen Xer surrounded by Millennials, I’ll be the first to admit that sometimes, I just don’t get them. Be it their keen ability to efficiently communicate using nothing but emojis, the mindset that “there’s an app for tha...

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September is Ethics Month

By Debra Peterson, APR 2019 PRSA Board Chair Public relations is built on the foundation of honesty, trust and commitment to serve the public good. At PRSA, we take those responsibilities seriously as evidenced by the strength of our Code of Ethics and the standards we set for ourselves in o...

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To rebrand or not to rebrand… that is the question!

As a PR/marketing communications professional what are the things that keep you up at night? That next big deadline… a looming crisis… your next big event… What about a rebranding? If you’ve been through a rebranding you know it’s kind of the big kahuna when it come...

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The Next Generation of Communicators Provide Inspiration

By Emily Grunder, Communications Specialist at CareSource and PRSA’s 2018 Young Professional of the Year I am truly honored to have even been nominated to receive PRSA Dayton’s 2018 Young Professional of the Year award. There are so many deserving, young professionals in the Dayton area...

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