It’s essential that you are working on building a strong personal brand on a consistent basis. People will remember YOU, as a person, before they remember your business.
In Becoming Memorable: The Female Entrepreneurs Guide to Public Relations, Talia Beckett Davis, President of American Women in Public Relations and Canadian Women in Public Relations, shares her personal tips to help you get started with your own PR strategy.
Take the Women in PR Expert Challenge! Showcase yourself as a PR industry leader… Over four weeks, you will work through a detailed program workbook and 20 daily lessons to position yourself as a PR expert.
Life is too short not to make meaningful connections. Be authentic, follow your passion, cultivate relationships and use social media networking to accelerate your connections.
Building a strong support network can open up doors for opportunity and is one of the most influential things you can do for your career success.
Find other women that share your business goals, but don’t be afraid to move out of your comfort zone. Do you see that shy person sitting in the corner? She may be your next client. Find ways to collaborate, especially as a solo entrepreneur, in order to reach a level of success you never thought possible. Read more…
Women in Public Relations is pleased to share that Talia Beckett-Davis, President of Women in PR North America® and Managing Director of Pink Pearl PR, will be leading a 6 month public relations program for female entrepreneurs starting on January 15, 2019.
Your financial beliefs shape the way you see yourself — and ultimately — your success as a women in PR. Over the next 10 days, we will walk you through a detailed plan to overcome your financial obstacles. Take the challenge!
The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations and American Women in Public Relations have written articles and hosted events about navigating a woman’s career in public relations, earning more money, getting a raise, knowing your worth. But, it’s not enough.
To mark International Women’s Day 2018, Global Women in Public Relations asked 18 senior women working in PR and communications to share their pledges to #pressforprogress in 2018.
Join American Women in Public Relations for a 90 minute video on demand discussion on career offroads and onroads – navigating a women’s career in business. It is based on a Harvard Business Review report entitled “The Hidden Brain Drain: Off-Ramps and On-Ramps in Women’s Careers.”