Success can be defined in a multitude of ways, but one skill set that can differentiate a good leader from a great leader is communication. You’re in charge of leading a school district and we know you do not take
Here’s a post written by Lisa’s son, Jack Cruz. Jack has been fishing since he could hold a fishing rod and stand on a dock so he decided to share the love of fishing by launching a fishing club this
I remember my first encounter with the AP Stylebook: I was a young pup just starting my formal journalism education and our professor told us that over the course of the semester, our assignment would be to read the AP Stylebook
You have gone through a rigorous interview process, your references checked out and you proved yourself worthy of a position at a new organization. When the company hands you your offer letter, do you know what to do next? Depending
Oh, AP Stylebook. How we love to hate you, and hate to love you. Not only are you one of the most complicated pieces of writing to understand because of your constantly changing entries, but you are arguably also the
The public relations industry is filled with different keywords and jargon, but just like any other field, if you want to have a job in the industry you need to understand the language your co-workers are speaking. While many of
Casual, business casual, business professional or smart casual? Every work day, employees go into their closets and create their outfits for the day. Every workplace has its own rules and its own leniencies that employees need to keep in mind.
Appleton, Wis. (Nov. 29, 2015) – Red Shoes PR, Inc., a northeast Wisconsin strategic communication agency, has been awarded a 2015 Spectrum Award of Merit by the Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) for its work in school communications.
According to Warren Buffett, it takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. Have you ever been to a business luncheon or dinner and wondered if you are doing anything wrong in terms of etiquette?
As a school district administrator, you have multiple target audiences you need to communicate with, and special care should be given to using language that is familiar, relatable and understandable to all of them. Here are a few tips to