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Dec 2 2016
Smart: Yes. Wise: Well?

By: Brenda Meller Category Leadership

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How do smart people become wise and how does wisdom become promotable? Most organizations are designed with the idea of accomplishing something, whether it is to make a profit difference or a social difference. Something has to result from the collective efforts of tasks, rules, cultures, procedures and missions.

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Nov 22 2016
12 Social Media Tips

By: Brenda Meller Category Marketing & Social Media

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Here are 12 tips on social media use for public relations professionals, or for anyone in the field of marketing. This blog was written as an assignment for MKT 541, in the MSMKT degree program.

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May 31 2016
LinkedIn and HiredUP Event at Walsh College

By: Brenda Meller Category Marketing & Social Media

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What do you get when you take a highly motivated Alumni Relations manager (MiVida Burrus) who wants to help Walsh College students and alumni improve their LinkedIn and career networking strategies, a team of LinkedIn and career experts, and a business college dedicated to creating the next generation of business leaders? A live event you won't want to miss.

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May 5 2016
LinkedIn for Students: The New App

By: Brenda Meller Category Marketing & Social Media

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A blog about the new LinkedIn for Students App.

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Apr 22 2016
Remembering Professor Rich Pietila

By: Brenda Meller Category Leadership

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The Walsh College community is mourning the recent death of Clinical Associate Professor Rich Pietila, Business Communications. Since May 1991, Professor Pietila was a dedicated adjunct professor and lab instructor at Walsh. He taught business communications courses and helped thousands of students improve their written communication and public speaking skills.

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