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Will the 116th Congress Hit a Wall Even Before It Gets Underway?

  January 24, 2019        0 Comments

On Jan. 3, all 435 Representatives and one-third of the U.S. Senate were sworn in as members of the 116th Congress.

The transition will not likely be a smooth one. A partial federal government shutdown that started at midnight Dec. 22, 2018 — largely over funding levels for a protective wall at our southern border with Mexico – looms over the new Congress. The President would like $5 billion in new funding for the wall and Democrats set sights on a number far less.

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Topics: Public Relations

6 Tips for Communicating Organizational Change

  January 24, 2019        0 Comments

"Another year, another reorganization.”

“Did you hear the news? Why are they making this change?”

Cue the eye rolls, deep sighs, grumbling at the water cooler and millions of face-palm emojis flinging back-and-forth across Slack and texts.

People tend to initially see change as something negative. Annoyance, anger and panic don’t have to go hand-in-hand with organizational change, but oftentimes, they do.

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Topics: Integrated Marketing Communications, Public Relations


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