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How real stories can breed civility in the face of fear

Our analyst dishes on the value of truth, inquiry and indicators to drive success.

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The Ask: Kyle Cook, Senior Manager, Analytics

Our analyst dishes on the value of truth, inquiry and indicators to drive success.

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New Solutions for a New World

Technology presents business challenges and opportunities for almost every company. Weber Shandwick combines multiple sources of strength to help clients “solve for X.”

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Real Ideas: Breaking Down the Creative Process

The goal is compelling ideas that have a tangible impact on the client’s business. The approach? Tom Beckman, chair of Weber Shandwick’s Global Creative Collective, breaks it down.

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Join us: We’re hiring an Integrated Media Intern

Weber Shandwick is seeking an Integrated Media Intern for its growing technology practice. Internships are full-time, paid and a three-month commitment. Here’s who we’re looking for:

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Please Advise: 10 Lessons for a PR Intern

Working at an agency is a whole new world for me.  Coming from a nonprofit background and fresh out of college, everything felt new; from billing time to working across multiple accounts, I had a lot to learn in a short period of time. Luckily, I’m surrounded by amazing mentors who helped make my transition […]

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The Ask: Reese McGillie, Senior Vice President and Head of Analytics in the West

Welcome to the “The Ask,” a content series that gets up close and personal with the people of Weber Shandwick Seattle. This month, we spent some time getting to know Reese McGillie, our master of analysis for Weber’s entire West Coast operation. Hello, Reese! Tell us what you do! I lead the analytics capability for […]

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Dynamic Leadership fuels Dynamic Teams. Inclusion is the Spark. Trust is the Goal.

Rose Berg-Fosnaugh, EVP of Social Impact, reflects on her time spent at the Dynamic Leadership Workshop in Sigtuna, Sweden.

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From Fine Arts Studio to Agency Creative Team: 3 Challenges

I got used to a wide array of music blaring as I cut designs into paper sprawled across the studio where I worked as an artist’s assistant. As the day wore on, our conversations would turn silly, our hands would cramp up and my eyes would glaze over. Still, when I got home I was […]

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