Entries by Lesley Dupre

Putting Ethics into PR Practice

This post first appeared in The Saltlick blog by Linda Jacobson, APR After listening to Doug Newsom, grande dame of public relations, speak about the ethical situations in which a public relations professional can become mired, I was surprised to hear her tell of how she resigned a position because she was asked to do […]

Common Craft: LinkedIn made simple

For any of our members who might by wondering how LinkedIn can possibly be helpful, this is a great video from the folks at Common Craft. It is especially relevant for small business owners or service providers to show the usefulness of a network:  

Thoughts on blogging

from the July issue of the eChaser…PRESIDENT’S COLUMN Laura Van Hoosier, APR, Greater Fort Worth PRSA   As the oldest child, I’ve always had a mind of my own. My mother says that by 2 years old I was giving her direction on our next steps. Now I’ve been inspired by my fellow GFW PRSA […]

POST starts with "P"

This post first appeared on the nextcommunication blog on June 16, 2008. I am reading Groundswell by Forrester Research’s Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. This book is easily one of the most intriguing professional books I’ve read in a while. According to Li and Bernoff the groundswell is: A social trend in which people use […]