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Changing the Conversation Abroad

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the global WorldCom conference in Brussels, Belgium to discuss the millennial generation with top executives of public relation firms around the world. Together with Eljay Feuerman, Julie Lubbers, Amelie Harich, and Miles Loupe we held a panel discussion of millennial leaders. The purpose of this panel was to have an open discussion with PR industry leaders who wanted to talk directly with millennials and gain their perspective. We touched upon misconceptions people have about our generation, and how to work with us to facilitate an effective working environment. The main concern for these executives that employ millennials is they believe we are en

Don't Shy From Individuality

How you dress should represent how you think, not who you think you should be. Most professors and employers preach dress for success, yet often times there is a disconnect between dressing for the part you want and dressing for the part you intend to play. In industry we benchmark ourselves by emulating a predecessor or a schema of someone whom we believe would do the job well. We then forget that the greatest benefit we can add to any company is distinct style. Almost every position held has 100+ more candidates that can write the same reports and manage the same clients just based off industry know how. So what makes your work, “your work“? The individuality you inject with your own voic