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Experiencing Job Burnout? How Managing Your Energy Can Help

Experiencing Job Burnout? How Managing Your Energy Can Help

by Wiston A. Rodriguez| September 3, 2021

A recent Ketchum study shows that nearly half of employed Americans (47%) feel more burned out in their job now than at the beginning of the pandemic. Job burnout has been linked to negative outcomes for individuals, teams and organizations, and it is now classified as an occupational phenomenon by the World Health Organization (WHO) […]

Sports Marketing Lessons from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

Sports Marketing Lessons from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

by Elisabeth McClure| August 17, 2021

Despite public concerns and skepticism in the lead up to Tokyo 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Olympic Games successfully concluded earlier this week in front of a nearly empty stadium. Typically a celebration of sport and culture attracting millions of fans from around the world, this year’s Games were postponed by a year, held […]

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Letting Go of Impostor Syndrome 

by Monique Rios| June 2, 2021

Before I started my career at Ketchum, I often experienced the fear of failure and self-doubt that are associated with impostor syndrome. I had several jobs and internships where I felt inadequate. I remember constantly worrying whether I was actually qualified or just lucky. I’d find myself afraid that my managers, colleagues and even friends would […]

A New Definition of Resilience for Asian American Women - family photo of the author sitting at a park with her grandmother

A New Definition of Resilience for Asian American Women

by Bora Lee| May 24, 2021

My grandmother taught me a definition of resilience that’s familiar to many Asian American women. I was five years old and living in Korea. My father had moved to the U.S. to study, my mother had moved into the hospital with my sick brother, and I was being bullied as the new kid in my […]

Dear Diary I Have a 35-year Love Affair with Paper - Woman Writing in Journal

Dear Diary, I Have a 35-year Love Affair with Paper

by Thea Linscott| February 5, 2021

When I was a little girl, I started writing “Dear Diary” in a small blush pink hardcover book with a silver lock. It came with two small silver keys that I hid in a secret drawer in my jewelry box. That little girl shared about her day’s adventures, with updates on her friends, names of […]

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What Food Marketing and Comms Pros Should Know—and Do—About the New Dietary Guidelines

by Lisa Bruno, MS, RD and Dylan Bailey, MS, RD| January 19, 2021

In case you missed it, the U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) released the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) in the typically quiet week between Christmas and the New Year. The DGAs are critically important for food policy decisions and will shape the general guidance on consumer eating patterns […]