Posts Tagged:professional development

Kaylee Carnahan Accepted into Ignite Louisville Class of Spring 2016

Kaylee Carnahan, RunSwitch Public Relations Account Director, has been accepted into the Ignite Louisville Class of Spring 2016. Ignite Louisville prepares high-potential professionals for expanded opportunities in career and community leadership. The program is offered twice a year and consists of a seven-month, life-changing, personal and professional development experience that produces the skills, confidence, problem-solving…

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RunSwitch PR Promotes Les Fugate to Executive Vice President

RunSwitch Public Relations, Kentucky’s largest full service public relations and public affairs firm, has promoted Les Fugate to Executive Vice President. Fugate is an accomplished former political aide, non-profit executive, and communications and public relations practitioner and has directed several successful legislative campaigns and public affairs initiatives that have had major impacts on the Commonwealth. “Les is one of Kentucky’s most…

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Volunteerism & Community: RunSwitch Gives Back

By Jena Patterson A few weeks ago, my colleagues and I had the opportunity to volunteer at Dare to Care Food Bank, a Louisville-based food distribution network that partners with over 300 other organizations and has provided over 15 million meals to the community in the past year. RunSwitch PR proudly serves Dare to Care…

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Person-to-Person Communication Is Not Dead

By Les Fugate Let’s all admit that sometimes it is just easier to send an email than it is to arrange a meeting or have a face-to-face conversation.  In the back of our minds, we know the best way to communicate is in-person, two-way dialogue – but we are tempted by the convenience of a…

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The One Question I Ask Every Candidate

By Gary Gerdemann  It usually comes early in the interview – within the first 15 minutes. I ask a few introductory questions to learn where the candidate sitting across from me is from and how they came to us. As a former reporter, this is interesting because everyone’s journey has dozens of stories. You can…

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