Posts tagged with "Public Relations"

SIX WAYS TO WORK A ROOM LIKE A PR PRO

by Marisa S. Corser

If attending an in-person event is on your professional or personal horizon, check out these six tips to feel confident and at ease working a room.

3 CONCERNS COLLEGE STUDENTS HAVE APPROACHING GRADUATION

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

It’s spring of your senior year of college, and the question is coming up more and more: what are you doing after graduation? This loaded question can generate a lot of anxiety. What am I going to do after graduation? What is life going to be like once I leave the familiarity of campus?  Thankfully, I’m not the only one who’s trying to find the answers. In my quest, I’ve explored three options—as an almost graduated senior—on what life will be like post-grad.

WHY TRAVELING BENEFITS PR & MARKETING PROFESSIONALS

by Monica Bishop Gallaher

Traveling improves your health, reduces stress, enhances cognitive skills, and creates emotional connections. What does this have to do with marketing and public relations? Check out why I believe travel makes me more creative and productive.

2018 Morning Musts

by Monica Bishop Gallaher

Focusing on purpose when you first wake up can positively impact productivity, creativity, and mood throughout the day. Learn what things you can do to help set you on a clear path each morning in 2018.

How to Get an Internship before You Graduate: 3 Must-Dos

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

Finding the right internship can be stressful, but with it comes experiences and connections that change the way you pursue a career. As Grace Munford began her quest for an internship, find out what three important tips she learned. 

 

5 Languages for Marketers

by Monica Bishop Gallaher

Marketers use different languages to reach our intended audiences. And we always need to focus on how we want the audience to receive our message. Here are 5 ways we can be sure our desired demographic is being reached using the marketing language they’ll respond to.

The Influence of a Powerful Network

by Monica Bishop Gallaher

Friendships, business networks, family relationships—you name it, chances are there is a line of connection to anything you may be seeking. Every encounter you experience can have a lasting and positive impression. It might even hold the key to a new adventure or career change.  

Messiah College Panel: 5 Tips from the Real World

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

Abby Book, Career Coach for the Career and Professional Development Center at Messiah College, led a leadership panel in Hostetter Chapel on Messiah’s campus this month, and Anne Deeter Gallaher was joined by Jillian Williams, entrepreneur and owner of Bevrore; Amanda Lavis, attorney with Rhoads & Sinon; and Marcella Giovannetti, Program Director for Alcohol and Drug Education at Messiah College, to speak to #StudentsinHighGear. 

Your Talent Is Your Future: 5 Tips to Attract and Keep the Best Workers

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

Millennials are the largest generation to enter the U.S. workforce, which brings new challenges and opportunities for business owners. These 18- to 35-year- olds are 69.2 million strong and wield a powerful voice. They are our future. But how do we recruit them and persuade them to work for us and bring their optimism and passion to our companies?

Honing in on your transferable skills

by Anne Deeter Gallaher

Anne Deeter Gallaher was interviewed by Cathy Hirko, editor for Central Penn Business Journal's Women in Leadership, and was asked to share some of her insight in taking the step from being a stay-at-home mom to starting and growing her own marketing business, and becoming a published author.