Sat, 26 October 2013
Kristine Simpson and Julia Kent are back recording. The big news this week is Kristine just got married! She had a beauitful wedding and couldn't be happier with how things turned out.
Now that she is married, she has decided to changer her name and assume her new husband's last name: D'Arbelles.
Julia interview Kristine and asks her about the opportunity and challenges of changing your name. We also explore some tips and advice if you happen to decide to one day change your name too.
Wed, 9 October 2013
Kristine Simpson and Julia Kent are back at it this week. After completing a four-part series called Take uOPRA to Work Day, we learned you can apply your communications in a variety of different fields. In this episode, we talk about how those communications skills might be worth more - or less - than you thought.
The popular online PR news site, PR News, published an article called The Surprising Ways PR Compensation Is Not Keeping Up With Emerging Skill sets, which talks about how some of the popular skills used in today's communications role, might not be the essential element for career advancement.
Here is a brief recap of which PR skills are perceived as most important for career advancement. However, remember, as Julia and Kristine discuss, these numbers might change as our generation advances.
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Wed, 2 October 2013
This episode sponsored by the University of Ottawa Public Relations Association (uOPRA) features Nicolas Ruszowski of Fleishman-Hillard alongside uOPRA President Sharon Cheung and Young PR Pros host Kristine Simpson.
Releasing the fourth and final episode of our 4-episode podcast, Take uOPRA to Work Day, we were thrilled to sit down and chat with the cool, calm and collective Nicolas Ruszowski, the esteemed senior vice president, partner and general manager of the Fleishman-Hillard's Ottawa office, to discuss public affairs and what is expected of students in the government relations industry. His honest telling of what to expect gives great insight to students on portfolios, contacting professionals and even in health communications
Being a conservative government city, Ottawa offers many public sector job opportunities. Take advantage and lead the crowd through listening in on Nic's solid advice.
Thank you for listening in our special podcast series, Take uOPRA to Work Day! This is the last episode to our four-part series of zoning in on different industries within PR. For more information on the uOttawa Public Relations Association please visit their blog, uopra.ca, where their students offer course reviews, PR company spotlights and PR event reviews (such as the recent Calypso PR Crisis and of the CPRS National Conference - Conversations 2013).
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