Guy Kawasaki shares his top tips for cultivating a large, engaged following on social media. His No. 1 tip? Post more frequently.
Archives for April 2015
Tina Barton sits down with Tim Powers, vice chairman at Summa Strategies and managing partner at Abacus Data.Tim shines a light on the sometimes-mysterious world of government relations, and shares insights on how the profession has evolved. Responsible for understanding the market and educating their clients on the relationships that matter to them, he also …More
As the Global Communication Certification Council (GCCC) launches the new Communication Management Professional (CMP) designation, Council chair Janet McCormick shares her thoughts on the mission of the GCCC, its accomplishments and the considerable research and thought that went into shaping this first and much anticipated certification offering. Natasha Nicholson: In 2014 you were appointed the chair of the GCCC. Can you tell …More
Our ever-expanding understanding of the human brain and how it works is changing everything from the way we live our lives to the way we market products. This stuff isn’t just for doctors and researchers anymore. Among the New York Times bestsellers is John Medina’s Brain Rules. If you watch Oprah Winfrey, you might have seen …More
Accurate language translation alone isn’t enough to engage diverse cultural communities. The Voice co-host Graham Machacek chats with Marie-Josée Gagnon, president and founder of Casacom, and Francis Lionnet, principal at Comment Parler Aux Anglais, to explore why this is the case. This podcast is an episode of IABC Ottawa’s The Voice. For more interviews with …More
Peter Penny has accomplished numerous feats, all in the name of charity. His humanitarian work has brought him all over the world to support causes like child poverty in India and cheetah conservation in Namibia. In addition to using his filmmaking background to help nonprofits tell their stories, his accomplishments include impressive physical challenges like …More