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Basic Business Etiquette Goes a Long Way

By Jaime Dray, PRSA Pittsburgh Ethics Chair I often think back on my career and marvel at the journey. I’ll never forget one of my very first internship interviews with a local TV station. I eagerly applied for the community relations focused stint and was thrilled to get an interview. I show...

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Integrated Marketing Is A Mindset, Not A Mandate

By Steve Radick, VP of PRSA Pittsburgh and VP, Director of Public Relations at Brunner [The post originally appeared on COMPREHENSION] Editor’s Note: Steve Radick is presenting “Improved Decision-Making: Leveraging Your Team’s Strengths and Filling in the Gaps” at the ...

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5 Tips on Balancing your Personal Life with your Work Life

By Amanda Hardt, Account Coordinator with TruSense Marketing Everyone knows that a job doesn’t always end when you leave the office. A lot of times now a days, people take their work laptops home with them in the evenings and even on the weekends. On top of that, because of advancements in te...

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PRSA Pittsburgh Programming – Quality Networking

By Darice Nagy, Director-at-Large, Programming There’s an age-old expression that “it’s not what you know it’s who you know,” and while I am not convinced that it’s entirely true, I do know that having great connections in business can certainly enhance your pr...

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5 Necessary Qualities to Succeed in PR

You’re eager to enter your career. You’ve been preparing for the last four years by learning public relations theory and putting that knowledge to work in an internship. But beyond theory and internships, you may be wondering what you’ll need to endure and succeed in the lifelong ...

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Steve Radick, Vice President 2015

Steve Radick, VP, Director of Public Relations at Brunner Twitter | LinkedIn | Website How long have you been a member of PRSA? On the Pittsburgh board?  I’ve been a member of PRSA for 10+ years and was a PRSSA member for all four years in college. This is my first year...

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Join Us This Friday for PR Pros Getting Coffee

"Can I pick your brain?” “Can we grab coffee sometime?” I’ve probably made and received hundreds of requests like these over the years and whether I’ve been the inviter or the invitee, I never feel these exchanges are all that equitable. If I’m the inviter, I nev...

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Call To Action: Make A Commitment To PR Diversity

This post was originally posted on PRSAY in celebration of Black History Month As a member, and current Chair, of the Orange County PRSA diversity committee for the past three years, I’ve had the opportunity to see what it takes to build and sustain a strong diversity program. Success in...

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Business Ethics = People Making Personal Ethical Choices

By: Jaime Dray, PRSA Pittsburgh Ethics Chair Ethics. Corporate Ethics. Corporate Ethic Enforcement Officer. Codes of Ethics. Ethics Training. It is not uncommon to read news articles, blogs or forums without finding a mention of at least one of the above terms. There was once a time when business a...

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Sponsorship Opportunities with PRSA

Sponsoring PRSA benefits more than the public relations professionals of our community. In fact, PRSA Pittsburgh sponsorship is a mutually beneficial relationship between our sponsors and our chapter. By supporting us in our professional development and networking events, your organization will gain...

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