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Wakanda Forever: A Sea Change in Representation at the Oscars

by Jocelyn Jackson | February 14, 2019

Sea change. /ˈsē ˌCHānj/ Noun. a marked change or a transformation. Originally, the phrase was used to describe “a change brought about by sea.” Both definitions aptly define what we are seeing the beginnings of in our society. Particularly with regard to representation across industries. In the film industry, for example, each New Year brings […]

Making Waves on Radio Row

by Tommy Ringhofer James Talamo and Kevin Alonzo | February 12, 2019

Government shutdown. Polar Vortex. Nothing was going to keep us away from Super Bowl’s “Radio Row.” Broadcasting from Los Angeles to Boston and even Australia, it’s the perennial place to be for the top voices and athletes in the country leading into Super Bowl. Radio Row continues to deliver some of the best content from […]

Looking Back, Before Leaping Forward: The Top-10 Most Read Ketchum Blog Posts of 2018

by Mindy Rubinstein | December 27, 2018

It’s been said that the pace of change, whether it’s technology, communications, or just in our daily lives, will never again be as slow as it is right now. That thought gives me pause, or more accurately makes me gulp, thinking about all that has happened within these last 12 months—and what I need to […]

What communicators can learn from Politico’s 6th Annual Women Rule Summit

by Erika Dyer | December 19, 2018

What do actress Felicity Jones, Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), Ketchum DC’s KayAnn Schoeneman and Congresswoman-Elect Abigail Spanberger (D-VA 7) all have in common? They all recently gave great advice at POLITICO’s 6th Annual Women Rule Summit in Washington, D.C. Every year, POLITICO brings together a bipartisan, multicultural, multi-generational and, most importantly, dynamic group of female […]

The Power of Employee Engagement: 3 Ways to Inspire and Connect Employees

by Mindy Rubinstein | December 18, 2018

With the holidays just around the corner, everyone around me seems to be making the extra effort to connect with friends, family and coworkers in meaningful ways. It occurred to me that this flurry of activity exemplifies “engagement,” putting forth discretionary energy toward a greater good, a concept so critical to our personal lives and […]

Bringing Your Human to Work: A Q&A with Erica Keswin

by Barri Rafferty | December 14, 2018

This past week, Ketchum hosted best-selling author and coach Erica Keswin in our New York headquarters. Her book, Bring Your Human to Work, is an insightful read that offers real advice from real people on how to build a culture that puts an emphasis on flexibility and freedom and explores the notion that organizations that […]