Everyone needs the occasional break from work. Here are some tips from a recovering workaholic to make the most of your next staycation - to use your time off in a manner most likely to allow you to return to work renewed and refreshed.
Remote work has become far more prevalent in recent months than ever before, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few tips to slough off teleworking fatigue and help you work remotely more productively and efficiently in the days ahead.
With each school district working feverishly to tweak, refine, and finalize safety plans – plans that could be obsolete in case of a serious outbreak, it’s important that you, as a parent, have a plan as well to keep your kids safe.
By now, we've all seen or heard about the benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day. Maybe you're shooting for more, say, 20,000 steps per day on average each week. Here are some practical tips to get there.
Positive media coverage can help you achieve your organizational outcomes more effectively, whether you work for a business or a nonprofit. It can also help you hedge against negative coverage, resulting from a mistake, misjudgment, or misinformation. But how does one go about earning good press?
Have you just been pre-approved for an FHA mortgage? Wondering how much extra besides the down payment you've scrimped to save for that buying a home will cost you? Here are the costs you should expect to pay with an FHA mortgage.
If you're facing a big project, but can't quite get started, or stuck in the middle of one, but have no veered off into a mobile game or mindless browsing, you're not alone. It can be really tough to stay motivated when you've got a big project ahead of you. Here are a few ways you can get it done.
You can easily bolster the credibility of your organization by deploying surrogates: individuals outside of your organization who can speak on behalf of your organization. Make sure to do so thoughtfully and strategically for maximum effect.
It's always best to be as prepared as possible when driving. Stock your car with a few easy to obtain items, to minimize your chances of a roadside emergency.
If you've spent a few years working in corporate communications or public relations, you may be considering a graduate degree to advance your career. If you're thinking about pursuing an MBA or a Masters degree in Marketing, here are a few things to consider.
If you've been thinking about, or tasked with, creating a mobile app for your organization, here are six things you should consider immediately.
A high-profile lawsuit, an accounting scandal, an instance of workplace violence, or one of many other developments can have a devastating impact on a business or non-profit. It is critical that you plan for a variety of crisis scenarios and are as ready as you can be when one hits.
Whether you have a large communications staff and contracted PR vendors or are an army of one, there are ways to let the world know about the great work your nonprofit is doing. Here are three ways to earn free or low-cost publicity for your nonprofit organization.
If you’ve just landed your first job as an in-house PR professional, or are moving in-house from the agency side, there are a few things you should keep in mind.