Whether you're an experienced presenter or get nerves every time you get in front of others, these tips will help you become more confident behind the podium.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2017-18 Leadership Lansing scholarship, the Lansing Art Gallery! The Leadership Lansing program is a professional development opportunity created by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The baby boom generation is aging differently than their predecessors did, Stephanie's family not excluded. She gives her analysis and suggestions for aging in 2017 based on a truly personal experience.
August 1st, 2017 marks Sarah's one year anniversary of being a Lansing resident. What are her favorite things about living and working here for the past year?
Most people applying to a job posting have similar degrees and experience, so how do companies decide who to hire? Often, it becomes a game of who you know.
Whether you're a recent grad looking to grow your network or seasoned pro looking for a quick refresher, take a look at our tips on networking.
In my last blog I promised to return to my blogging bread and butter. That is to say, shining a spotlight on some mundane aspect of my ho-hum life, and maaaybe relating it to work, if, ya know, I feel like it and stuff. It’s my niche. It’s my brand. It’s what I do best. And I can think of no better place to pick back up than here. A bookshelf.
My 2017 New Year's resolution was to read more books. How am I doing 6 months in?
I'm willing to beg. Seriously.
He missed a couple notes playing Taps, but for the first time I can remember, it didn’t bug me at all.
Resch Strategies' summer intern, Cirsten recently started at our office. She gives her thoughts on her first few weeks at a PR agency.
In today’s digital world, paper and ink can seem tired, old-fashioned. I’ve participated in meetings where it’s been suggested only .pdfs, websites, and video are appropriate for today’s in-depth communications. While I can’t entirely disagree with this concept, I do believe there is still a place for deploying printed matter in 21st-century public relations.
So I know you guys are dying to learn more about my dietary proclivities and clearly pathetic social life, but it’s been months since I wrote anything even slightly work-related for the Resch Strategies company blog and I’m feeling compelled to share the kind of worthwhile content my oh so talented colleagues seem to produce on a weekly basis.
In today's world of fake news, it's more important than ever to be an informed voter.
I enjoy talking politics less by the day, but having the opportunity to talk every once and a while with the Detroit Free Press' editorial page editor, Stephen Henderson, on his daily program on WDET has been fun.
We all got our starts on March 23rd, and history has forever been changed.
Resch Strategies is looking to hire an intern!
We are looking for a motivated, conscientious, creative, and trust-worthy student intern to assist us with our work. Our ideal candidate will posses strong writing and communications skills with video production experience preferred but not required. Hours and time are negotiable based on our work and the academic calendar.
- Assist with the drafting of news releases, columns, and letters to the editor.
- Assist with clients’ public events and news conferences/briefings.
- Research and compile online news content for sharing on social media.
- Research and compile news clips relating to client initiatives.
- Deliver materials to state legislative offices as needed.
- Interact with state legislative offices as directed.
- Professional networking while meeting the needs of clients.
- Assist with the development and implementation of clients’ social media campaigns.
- Work on additional projects, as directed.
Compensation is available and negotiable based on experience and situation with school credits. We do pay for parking, as well.
If you think you’d be a great candidate, please send your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.