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I teach a class on corporate communications and PR. Knowing how to communicate well is an obvious skill that every PR person needs — but what about the non-obvious skills? What do my students need to learn for PR that doesn’t come to mind immediately? In other words, what skills do they need to know to survive in the real PR world that we don’t normally associate with PR? How will it help them?
Dear Superfluously Skilled,
Eight ProfNet experts give it to you straight:
1. Management and Teamwork Experience
“If you run an account or a PR business…
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