The ability to delegate is an often misunderstood and overlooked leadership skill. Yet, delegation is the quickest way to promote, or stagnate, business growth. Without delegation within an organization, you have a much higher potential for inefficiency, employee burnout and missed opportunities
On Ep133 of The Golding Group #NeoMarketing Podcast, Pritch Pritchard, APR & Fellow PRSA will react to the PR disaster of the Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel who made a minor crisis much worse by responding in all the wrong ways. Pritch will utilize Jim Lukaszewski’s “Profiles in Failure” list of things NOT to do during crisis management. Nessel somehow managed to do everything on this list of actions to avoid. Not just a teachable moment, but a whole series of “what not to do” examples.
How exactly does a business mission statement or expressed values translate into public reputation? Professor Pritch Pritchard, APR & Fellow PRSA is here to explain. We discuss the value of a Code Of Conduct for business and how to manage the process.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is often a major component of brand marketing and public relations. But is it always the right thing to do? What are the guidelines and considerations for communications professionals when crafting CSR statements from a brand, not a person? “The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR and Fellow PRSA will explain the when and how of proper CSR statements and pitfalls to avoid.
We can all learn from our mistakes, but isn’t it better when you learn from the mistakes of others? On Ep116, Co-host Kyle Golding and Pritch Pritchard, APR & PRSA Fellow will break down to failures (and lessons to be learned) of one yet-to-become-public customer service and public relations worst-case scenario and two very public missteps by major brands who should have known better (but still failed big).