Category Archive for: Productivity

Joy in measurement

Sparking Joy With Measurement

April is a month for getting organized and clearing clutter. Sorting through paperwork for taxes. Writing Q1 wrap reports one minute and detailed activity plans the other. We’re getting into the weeds in our gardens and spring cleaning our minds, homes and businesses. And when it comes to spring cleaning, organizing and clearing clutter, it’s…

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Working Remotely- How to Remain Proactive & Productive

Working Remotely: How to Remain Proactive & Productive

Working remotely is nothing new. In fact, recent IWG data reveals that 70 percent of professionals across industries work remotely at least one day a week, while 53 percent work remotely for at least half of the week. The same study found more than 90 percent of respondents felt flexible workspaces enable employees to be…

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What Working in Healthcare has Prepared me for in Public Relations

What Working in Healthcare has Prepared me for in Public Relations

From a young age, I knew I wanted a career where I could provide help, support and guidance to others. What that career would be I was unsure of until after graduating college. However, I knew I wanted it to be in the healthcare industry in one form or another. My first job out of…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Planning

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Planning.

Where will Public Relations take us in 2019? Answer: wherever we want. Over the past few years the lines have blurred between affiliate marketing, internal communications, content strategy and earned media. When prospects reached out to us in the past we would generally be asked about securing earned media to drive awareness and generate leads.…

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A Shifter’s Look Back At Her First Year In The Working World

A Shifter’s Look Back At Her First Year In The Working World

How has it been over a year since I graduated? A dive into the past year of change, growth and what I’ve learned so far as a SHIFTer. The Art Of The Follow-Up Not only have I learned the art of the follow-up email through the various client media relations programs I’ve worked on, but…

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Five Things To Do To Stay Level Headed This Fall

Five Things to do to Stay Level Headed This Fall

Conference season is ramping up, fall weather has FINALLY arrived, the kids are back in school, traffic is back with a vengeance and my calendar is so full that I can’t even read what all the appointments are. The two weeks I spent building sand castles on Cape Cod and playing in the waves on…

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