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Successful ‘public non-speaking’

Being a good public speaker is an asset for all professionals, but public non-speaking – body language, facial expressions, demeanour – can be just as telling when clients are in the spotlight. Christine Clapp, president of Spoken with Authority, offers four specific situations where actions can speak louder than words (borrowed from PRDaily.com): When you

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The social scene: Is Facebook the new yellow pages?

Facebook is testing a new feature under the unassuming name of Professional Services. It’s essentially a business directory, with data pulled from Facebook business pages and results ranked by star ratings and user reviews. Professional Services hasn’t officially launched yet, but the service is now available to Kiwis accessing Facebook on desktop browsers. US commentators

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PR and proud of it: Reflecting on 2014 and “Dirty Politics”

Trio director Brenda Saunders was invited to present the College of Fellows Chair’s report for the PRINZ 2014 Annual Review. Watch her presentation here or read the transcript below. Last November, while I was driving along admiring the exquisite Marlborough countryside and contemplating an aromatic pinot gris my driving companion raised the subject of the

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PRINZ inducts new Fellows

Trio director Brenda Saunders inducted three new Fellows into the PRINZ College of Fellows at the 2015 PRINZ Awards. Congratulations to Brian Finn, Heather Claycomb and Avon Adams! To be selected as a Fellow, the member must have made an outstanding contribution to the public relations industry and PRINZ in New Zealand over time. They

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Are NZ organisations ready for the Internet of Things Age?

Trio partner Brenda Saunders recently chaired a panel discussion on The Internet of Things at a Public Relations Institute of NZ Senior Practitioners’ Event in Wellington. Here’s her introduction to the subject. OK, so you’ve got your head around Google, iPhones, iPads and Cloud computing. Maybe you’re even a dab-hand at social media and stakeholder

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