How Social Media Policy Guidelines Stifle Innovation

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Is free speech critical to innovation, or is it okay to tell employees what they can and can’t say in your organization’s social media policy guidelines? It’s the questions I’m asking myself right now. I’m thinking my Social Media Policy Template and Social Media Policy Development Training Course may be in need of an update?…

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Crisis Communications at the Red Cross during Hurricane Katrina

This is an interesting interview with some awkward moments featuring Charles Connor, who got a little weird when I dug too deep into the American Red Cross’s response to Hurricane Katrina. Charles Connor was senior vice president for communications and marketing at American Red Cross. He oversaw internal, external, and stakeholder communication and marketing including…

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Inside Telecommunications PR with Verizon VP Eric Rabe

This is an exclusive, uncut interview with Eric Rabe, vice president of media relations at Verizon about the controversy over free municipal Wi-Fi services and the issue of Net neutrality. If you want bone up on how public relations is handled in the telecommunications industry, this is a great overview primer. Rabe is a seasoned…

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