Katie Wenclewicz

Five Tips on Succeeding as a Millennial in Public Relations

By: Katie Wenclewicz | June 21, 2017 | 
2
Still looking for your niche? Are you a Millennial starting a career in PR, but don’t know how to best succeed among your peers? In this article Katie Wenclewicz shares five tips to help you succeed in
... Read More
Sherrilynne Starkie

WomanSplaining: How to Really Get Ahead in PR

By: Sherrilynne Starkie | June 15, 2017 | 
3
The PRWeek held their "Hall of Femme" event and discussed how women can work in a macho culture. Sherrilynne Starkie tackles the event with womansplaining
... Read More
Gini Dietrich

In a Female-dominated Industry, Women are Not Represented

By: Gini Dietrich | June 15, 2017 | 
47
In a female-dominated industry, women still are not represented—in leadership roles, at conferences, in content, or in work cultures. It's time to step up
... Read More
Mike Connell

How Lifelong Learning Can Change Your Work and Your Life

By: Mike Connell | June 14, 2017 | 
7
Are you a member of the "forever student" club? How do you like to learn? Mike Connell shares why it's so important to keep learning through all the stages of your career.
... Read More
Gini Dietrich

Here’s How to Work Six-Hour Days (or Less) and Accomplish More

By: Gini Dietrich | June 13, 2017 | 
37
Science shows the most successful people work only three to six hours a day. With time management, here is how you can work less and accomplish more
... Read More
Dawn Buford

Six Ways a Virtual Assistant Can Help Manage Your Business

By: Dawn Buford | June 12, 2017 | 
5
You're busy running your business and overseeing every aspect of it. You want more hours in the day to do everything on your to-do list. But have you thought of hiring a virtual assistant? Dawn Bufford shares six areas where a virtual assistant can help manage your business
... Read More
Laura Petrolino

DIY Treadmill Desk in Four Steps (Picture Tutorial)

By: Laura Petrolino | June 12, 2017 | 
8
There are many health and professional benefits from the use of a treadmill desk. This DIY treadmill desk allows you to easily add it to your workspace. Laura Petrolino explains how to build it and why you might want to use one.
... Read More
Corina Manea

Five Leadership Tips that Exist Beyond Your Job Description

By: Corina Manea | June 8, 2017 | 
6
You don’t need a title to show leadership. Moreover, you can practice leadership beyond your title. Corina Manea shares a few tips on how to show leadership in PR, no matter what your title or your role is
... Read More
Corina Manea

You Landed Your Dream Job, Now What?

By: Corina Manea | May 24, 2017 | 
4
Too often we see bright PR pros launching with enthusiasm in their new job, only to find themselves overwhelmed, stressed, and without a target mere months later. How do you avoid getting stuck or losing your enthusiasm? Corina Manea has some tips
... Read More
Sam Radbil

Equal Pay for Women in PR? Not Quite There Yet.

By: Sam Radbil | May 23, 2017 | 
0
It’s 2017—a full 54 years after the Equal Pay Act went into effect—and yet we’re still years away from full wage parity. Did you know, full-time women nationwide earn 78.9 cents for every dollar men earn? Sam Radbil looks at factors affecting the gender pay gap in PR and more
... Read More