To many, taking long-hand notes with a pen and paper seems outdated. Not to Alison - and not to a recent study that proves it may very well still be the best way to retain knowledge. Click to read the story and Alison's thoughts.
The PRSA Phoenix luncheon yesterday was a huge “hit” (literally) with Danielle Engel, vice president of marketing in the Southwest for Live Nation. I first met Danielle about four years ago with the work that we do with the Ak-Chin Indian Community. At the time we were working on a press event for the renaming of the Ak-Chin Pavilion and I knew right away that Danielle was amazing!
Earlier this week, Alison published a post with some of my favorite highlights (and one lowlight) from last week’s PRSA International Conference. Perhaps the only glaring omission from that post was sharing anything from my favorite session of the conference, Mike McDougall’s “Beyond Engagement” breakout. That's because she is doing a deep dive into this session today. Click the link to read all the goodies she learned.
Last week, Alison had the honor of joining several delegates from PRSA Phoenix – not to mention friends from agencies and brands across the globe – at her first-ever PRSA International Conference. Today, she shares all the best soundbites, advice and lessons learned from the event. Click the link for all the details.
Earlier this week multiple people in Rachel's circle posted an article from POLITICO Magazine, “What If the Newspaper Industry Made a Colossal Mistake?” on Facebook. As someone who still enjoys reading a physical newspaper, she had to chime in. Click the link to read her thoughts and share your own.
Alison – a long-time Survivor fan girl – was inspired by PRGN agency partner Buchanan Public Relation’s recent blog post detailing some of the key characteristics shared by successful “Survivor” players and PR professionals. She shares theirs in this link – and adds a few of her own.