This blog covered a lot of ground in 2018, from essential skills in today’s market to steps to build your personal brand to the link between cultural awareness and effective communication. Yet what really jumped out at me are the stories of how students and alumni are adding to their skillsets in such diverse and interesting ways, illustrated in three areas: professional effectiveness, success, and impact.
Today’s communication professional is tasked with many challenges, not the least of which is developing and maintaining a competitive skill set.
As Egon Zehnder’s global head of the human resources and communication practice, Gizem Weggemans knows this to be true. In this interview, she discusses what it takes to be a well-rounded communication leader in today’s market.
Overwhelmed, confused, and nervous… I was sitting in front of my computer screen at 2:00 a.m. on a Tuesday night (2014), staring at a list of hundreds of schools around the world that appeared in the search result for “Masters Degree in Communications.”
Education has always been my priority, and I have an endless curiosity and restlessness for learning something new at all times. I had a dream to be the first generation international degree holder in my family. After thinking about it for a couple of years, I made my decision to pursue my dream that night! Continue reading “Why I chose CPS to pursue my dream! Part One in a Three Part Series”
Our Corporate and Organizational Communication program attracts a diverse body of students from around the world, drawn by the opportunity to study in Boston and make connections with a global network of students and alumni. As the lead faculty for our Public Relations concentration, I interviewed a recent alumnus, Pablo Cateriano Llosa. Pablo works in his family-owned PR firm in Lima, Peru.