“Crisis doesn’t build character, it reveals it.” You’ve heard this many times before. The world, the United States and the collective business community are in a crisis based on the Covid-19 panic.
How does saying Yes and No appropriately factor into creating success, what are the practical applications and what exactly is “business karma”? Listen to find out.
There are three steps to managing a social media crisis: (1) Sacrifice (2) Show – Don’t Tell (3) Be Transparent
The Golding Group Chief Strategic Council Pritch Pritchard, APR gives us his top 5 podcast episodes for 2019 with a short explanation for each. BONUS: […]
On this episode, The Golding Group CEO Kyle Golding gives us his top podcast episodes for 2019 with a short explanation for each. BONUS: suggestions […]
Do you have your 2020 strategic plan in place yet? If not you’re way behind. On this episode, Golding Group partners Pritch Pritchard, APR and […]
On this episode, Pritch Pritchard, APR breaks down, simplifies and demystifies the communication planning process. We explain the difference between Goals, Objectives and Tactics as […]
This time last year (2018) everyone was making their predictions about what would be the most important marketing trends for the upcoming 2019. That includes […]
Part 2 of our Crisis Communication Protocol keynote that we recently presented to the YMCA National CMO Conference. We’re going deep and complete on this conversation, so we did it in two parts. Presentation Slide deck: http://bit.ly/CrisisCommProtocol
We go through our Crisis Communication Protocol keynote that we recently presented to the YMCA National CMO Conference. We’re going deep and complete on this […]