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Nov 2016

#SocialJusticeChat: Cultural Considerations for the Holidays

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Join us for 2016’s final #SocialJusticeChat on Wednesday, December 7 at 2pm ET! Just in time for the holidays, we’re talking about culture considerations, but here’s a sneak peek of the questions we’ll ask during the Twitter chat. Follow @McKPR for updates and reminders!

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Nov 2016

3 PR Lessons (For Better or Worse) from Donald Trump’s Campaign

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If you’re like me, the best news about this election season is that it’s finally over. Donald Trump became the next president-elect in a race most news outlets believed heavily favored Hillary Clinton. And no matter how you felt about either candidate, data from the Pew Research Center proves this was the one of the

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03
Nov 2016

#SocialJusticeChat November 2 Recap: Brand Lessons Learned from Election Season

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Missed our latest #SocialJusticeChat on Twitter? We’ve got you covered. Here’s a compilation of the tweets from our conversation about brands’ involvement in the election season. We all agreed Skittles won the day, but other brands included in the conversation include Ben & Jerry’s, AT&T, Chick-fil-A and Doritos. Top participants: @abrothanamedCed @StylishMarketer @Tinu @grlnxtdoorisblk  

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Nov 2016

#SocialJusticeChat: Brand Lessons Learned from Election Season

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Join us for another #SocialJusticeChat on Wednesday, November 2 at 2pm ET! We’ll talk about which brands were the big winners and losers this election season, but here’s a sneak peek of the questions we’ll ask during the Twitter chat. Follow @McKPR for updates and reminders!

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26
Oct 2016

#TipsIn20: 7 Tips to Becoming the Marketer You Want to Be

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On this’s month’s #TipsIn20 webinar, managing director Shannon Mouton Gray provides seven tips to entrepreneurs and organizations to become better marketers. Tune in to learn how to balance your customers’ and clients’ varying objectives and developing strategies to achieve those objectives.

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21
Oct 2016

The Sweet Sciences: Boxing & Communications

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Before I left Detroit for graduate school in Syracuse University I took the opportunity to work with a professional trainer for over a year. During that time I learned the sport of boxing, which is a great way to get in shape thanks to the levels of cardio involved. Most people see boxing as a brute

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06
Oct 2016

#SocialJusticeChat October 5 Recap: Crossing the Professional/Personal Line at Work

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Missed our latest #SocialJusticeChat on Twitter? We’ve got you covered. Here’s a compilation of the tweets from our conversation about the professional/personal line at work. We had great insights about the definition of respect, how to be authentic without being disrespectful and how to properly disagree with colleagues who share opposing views. Top participants: @StylishMarketer @abrothanamedCed @ShannonRenee

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Oct 2016

#SocialJusticeChat: Crossing the Professional/Personal Line at Work

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Join us for another #SocialJusticeChat on Wednesday, October 4 at 2pm ET! We’ll talk about crossing the professional/personal line at work, but here’s a sneak peek of the questions we’ll ask during the Twitter chat. Follow @McKPR for updates and reminders!

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23
Sep 2016

#TipsIn20: 7 Tips for Effective Content Creation

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Join us for the return of #TipsIn20 on effective content creation. For this month’s webinar, Shannon Mouton Gray, Managing Director here at Mckinney & Associates, will share 7 tips for developing content for effectively telling your organization’s story. #TipsIn20: 7 Tips for Effective Content Creation will take place Wednesday, September 28, at 3:00 p.m. ET. Click here to join us!

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21
Sep 2016

Colin Kaepernick, and the 3 C’s to Finding Your Voice

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What’s a good way to stand up for something you believe in? Well, if you ask NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, don’t! The QB for the San Francisco 49ers has been bringing attention to social and racial injustice in America by not standing for the National Anthem before games. Since Kaepernick’s actions caught the attention of

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