Beth Casteel

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There’s No “I” in Team, but “Client” Belongs in Great Teamwork

There’s No “I” in Team, but “Client” Belongs in Great Teamwork

by on July 21, 2020 in Leadership

One of the pleasures of working for a small public relations agency is the teamwork that is possible or, in my view, required, to do top-notch work for our clients. The Reis Group has small teams dedicated to each of our clients, but we readily reach outside assigned teams to tap the strengths and expertise …

Ethical and Accurate Science Promotion: Lessons from COVID-19 and Hydroxychloroquine

Ethical and Accurate Science Promotion: Lessons from COVID-19 and Hydroxychloroquine

by on May 7, 2020 in Media Relations, Science, Science Promotion

This article previously appeared in PRSA-NCC  : The Guardian recently published an article on how the lupus drug hydroxychloroquine came to be touted as a “miracle cure” for COVID-19. This story is a must-read for any of us in public relations involved in promoting medical research. The article traces the beginnings of the hype of …

Media Training: An Ongoing Learning Process, Not A One-Time Event

Media Training: An Ongoing Learning Process, Not A One-Time Event

by on September 26, 2017 in Media Relations

Public relations professionals and their clients often think of media training as a one-and-done event, but it is not. Media training should be considered an ongoing learning process, says Ed Barks, a communications training consultant and author of the book The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations. Barks was the speaker …