Leaders need to continue to work to be more relevant in the modern age. As technology changes, it can become more and more difficult to stay in the know. But if you’re off the grid and not online–or struggle to keep up with new communication trends–you’re hurting your brand.
This week on the Confident Communications podcast, I’m sharing four ways you can be seen, be heard and stay relevant in the modern age.
Yes, social media is a big part of the puzzle, but there’s a lot to talk about surrounding in-person communication too. How you talk and relate to your team and colleagues matters. A lot. Just look at all the high-profile cases of people who have suffered a communication breakdown recently.
Tune in to this episode so you can feel more confident no matter where you’re communicating.
Mentioned in this Episode
- Episode 2: How to Get a Handle on Filler Words in Your Vocabulary
- The Secret Life Um article in The Atlantic
- Episode 19: 10 Hacks that Take the Suck Out of Writing
- Episode 25: 5 Quick Hits for Using Social Media
No matter what kind of business you’re in–whether you’re a corporate executive, business owner or aspiring communications expert–you need to be an effective communicator so you can be heard, seen and stay relevant. That’s why I’m launching the Confident Leader Network–where you can find monthly trainings about relevant social media platforms and information you need to know to become an effective communicator in the 21st century.
Molly McPherson, M.S., APR, combines her knowledge of current communication practices with years of news and PR experience to help people become modern-age communicators in their industry and help to build crisis-proof businesses. From her work in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the cruise line industry in Washington, D.C., Molly develops the right plans and messaging for clients to protect and build their reputations. Molly founded Confident Communications executive learning program and frequently speaks on crisis communications, public relations and social media.