Archive for: November, 2014

Leadership Traits of Business Greats

Reflecting this week on things I’m thankful for has reminded me of the many terrific leaders and colleagues with whom I’ve worked. I have had the good fortune to work with and for some of the best minds in American business. People like Toby Lenk, the founder of eToys.com, co-founder of GameFly, and former president…

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NERD ALERT! Recapping McConnell’s Crushing Win

I’m Scott Jennings, and I approve this political nerd’s dive into Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Grimes: 1. Kentucky’s U.S. Senate race was the most expensive campaign in state history. At least $84 million was spent by candidates and outside groups across the primary and general election. In 2008, McConnell and…

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RunSwitch Co-Founder Scott Jennings Graduates from the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2014

Jennings joins exclusive community of Leadership Kentucky alumni (Louisville) RunSwitch PR co-founder Scott Jennings graduated today as part of the Leadership Kentucky class of 2014. The graduation ceremony took place on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. He joined 63 other Kentuckians in this year’s class, a diverse group of the state’s most important business and…

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RunSwitch Congratulates Senator McConnell on Historic Win

Lexington Herald-Leader Highlights RunSwitch Partner Scott Jennings’s Role in Reelecting McConnell Incoming U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won reelection last night 56% to 41% over his opponent, Alison Grimes. RunSwitch Partner Scott Jennings, who wrote a column last week about why he supported McConnell for reelection, served as Senior Advisor to the Super PAC “Kentuckians for…

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How to Prepare for a Live Interview…And Nail It  

On November 4th, Les Fugate, RunSwitch PR’s Senior Vice President joined a local cable network TV station for live commentary and analysis of the mid-term election results. This live appearance was essentially an extended live interview, perhaps one of the most challenging kinds of interviews an executive or company spokesperson will face.  Below, Les shares step-by-step tips…

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