On The DLPR is a podcast dedicated to the outstanding successes and unintended breakdowns in today’s communication. Whether you’re looking to learn from experts who have built careers communicating successfully, or simply hear about stories where PR has gone wrong, this is the podcast for you.
Each episode features topics such as: public relations, media, communication, influencers, reputation management and more.
13: Expert PR Advice for Young Professionals w/ Sean Dougherty
The PR industry has changed drastically in the last 20 years.
Take it from a PR vet.
In this episode of On the DLPR, I talk with the Senior VP of Dukas Linden Public Relations — Sean Dougherty — about his history in the industry and thoughts on retirement.
We also discuss:
How PR was done back before email and social media Best PR practices from a big picture and day-to-day perspective The right way to get your story on the cover of the WSJ The struggle women have had in a predominantly male industry To hear this episode and many more like it, subscribe to On the DLPR on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts.
12: How to Kick the Nerves and Nail Your First TV Interview w/ Daniel Flax
No matter how many times you’re interviewed on camera, it’s always nerve wracking.
It comes with the territory.
Daniel Flax has made a career out of being interviewed for his expertise.
On a recent episode of the On the DLPR podcast, he shared two of his biggest pieces of advice.
Be prepared, & be able to answer questions quickly.
Do your homework AHEAD of time, and demonstrate by your answers that you are a master in your field.
Someone worth interviewing and trusting.
My most recent interview with Daniel was an incredible one.
Check it out below
11: Abandoning your Comfort Zone for the Greater Good w/ Chris Campbell
“I could never be friends with someone who voted for THAT person.”
What a sad way to live.
Want to live a happier, more well-rounded life?
Then take Chris Campbell’s advice from our recent podcast interview:
Get out of your comfort zone.
10: Conquering the TV Nerves w/ Todd Horwitz
Your first time on camera can be stressful.
Where do you look?
How loud do you talk?
How fast do you talk?
Todd Horwitz has made a career out of being in front of a camera, and has some great advice.
Remember 2 things:
1) You were invited on to share YOUR opinion, so don’t be afraid to share it.
2) Don’t over prepare. People want the REAL you, not the SCRIPTED you.
Want to hear what other advice he had during our interview?
Click the link below.
9: Today’s Businesses Must Change Before They Can Thrive w/ Howard Yu
What is the biggest stumbling block to Fortune 500 companies?
Howard Yu, DBA, the Lego professor of management at IMD Business School, and the author of Leap, has the answer.
Dr. Yu said that companies fumble in the marketplace not because they lack insight, plans, or resources.
It's the inability to work across silos. Different parts must come together to implement and execute an experiment. It’s the biggest problem that large organizations have.
Yu shared his business solutions and problem-solving mindset on this episode.
8: Be Prepared, Take Notes, And Be Ready for Anything w/ Victoria Fernandez
“Actually … Your hit time is in 45 minutes.”
She lived 25 minutes away. (And wasn’t even dressed.)
But it didn’t phase her. Why was she not worried, even though she wasn’t fully dressed, and was barely going to make her hit time?
She told us On the DLPR.
Victoria Fernandez is the Chief Market Strategist at Crossmark Global Investments, Inc. On this episode, she told us why she’s loved sharing her finance and industry expertise via the radio and TV.