Federal employees and their families have taken to social media to voice their frustration about the budgetary impasse in government.
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A true leader does not operate with authority, but with skills that include partnership and inspiration.
Social platforms can be great but can also lead to sticky situations. Consider reducing your digital footprint into something you’re comfortable managing.
Hurricane Harvey is not the first opportunity for social media to play an integral part in emergency communication channels, but it is the most recent and, possibly, most widespread case.
Why (and how!) local government staff should tell their stories on social media.
It is worth noting that none of us were forced into reducing our myriad thoughts, emotions and complexities of the human experience into 140 characters. We hopped on this bandwagon voluntarily.
When many of us are putting in anywhere from 55 to 1,600 hours a week, all to often, social media becomes our “go to” place for maintaining a semblance of human contact – albeit an abnormal one.
It is the most wildly over-used mark of punctuation in the English language and is dragging all of us down with its haphazard excitement and indiscriminate emphasis!
During the past 20 years, or so, as video technology has leapfrogged itself to the point where you can shoot a feature film on your phone, many local agencies began hiring communication specialists and video producers to come up with new and creative ways to get their message out. But, in many cases, the priorities… Read more »
Today, government communications jobs are so much more than just writing press releases and talking to reporters.