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Public Relations expert Molly McPherson, APR, reveals the best practices for helping leaders become indestructible in today's digital age by creating crisis-resilient organizations.

The podcast offers a mix of analysis of current events along with interviews with newsmakers, communications professionals, and business experts from Molly's 20+ years of public relations and crisis communications expertise working for FEMA and heading communications for the cruise line industry.

This podcast helps leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs - anyone who communicates for a living - take the fear out of "putting themselves out there" in the age of public scrutiny. A podcast to help you communicate confidently in your writing, speaking, body language, and social media.

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Molly McPherson

About Your Host

Molly McPherson is not your average public relations practitioner. She can whip out a media statement, geek out over how a crisis started and knows her way around Twitter but when you get right down to it, her role is to help leaders protect themselves in the digital age. 

Molly's combined experience as the head of communications for the cruise line industry and her role in shaping FEMA's online media efforts turned into a passion for helping organizations and their leaders feel comfortable communicating in the digital age. She is the founder of the online training program, Confident Leader Network and loves to talk about current events and how *not* to become the subject of the next viral news story. 

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December 30, 2019

A New Year’s Eve episode airing on the cusp of 2020 dedicated to listeners who want to make a transition in 2020. For many, this is the time of year that people seek change and crave renewal. Who better to guide us through that process than a life coach?   My guest is Steve Piacente. Steve…

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How to Write an Unforgettable Thank You Note

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We mean to do them, but we don’t always get around to it even though we know we should. It’s the “always love to receive one, but dread writing one” thank you note. Listen to this episode for tips on how to write an unforgettable thank you note. I’ve timed this episode around the holidays…

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