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Thought Leadership

Audio is More Engaging than Video

Corporate stories don’t let themselves well to email, so instead we tend to jump to video. Yet recent reserach published in Nature shows that humans respond more strongly to audio.

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Why Audio

Is being human what is missing? Is this why our internal communications emails are not read?

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PRSA Dallas Virtual UnSummit: The Whole PR Practitioner

This half day virtual event will feature 7- to 10- minute talks featuring some of the top PR and marketing minds across the country, helping you look at all aspects of your career as a Whole PR Practitioner: Physical, Mental, Work, Financial, Family, Social, Leisure and Spiritual.

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Why Diversity over Tolerance

Why Diversity Over Tolerance? Celebrating Juneteenth in 2021 One-hundred fifty-six years ago, Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas. He informed the public about the end of the Civil War in April and the

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Nailing Niche Communications

Register at PRSA. Great marketing and communications are not always about achieving the widest reach – sometimes organizations make a strategic decision to keep marketing and communications small and personal, with really niche audiences. Learn to incorporate niche audience targeting into your marketing and communications.

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Is Microsoft Teams Ready?

Since its introduction in 2017, Microsoft Teams has quickly become the go-to communications and collaboration solution for hundreds of millions of people. And with Microsoft Viva, is Microsoft Teams poised to be the winner for internal communications?

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