Deirdre Breakenridge

Answers for Modern Communicators, A Guide to Effective Business Communication, provides professionals with practical answers to important career and communication questions, helping them to communicate successfully in a business setting. PR and Marketing strategist, Deirdre Breakenridge examines the ways in which professionals can make the most of their careers in a fast-changing media landscape, offering advice on how organizations can utilize, adapt and create impact with the latest modes of communication. The easy to follow question-answer format walks readers through the most pressing, confusing and frequently asked questions about successful communication with plenty of advice and examples for a better learning experience. Covering traditional business communication topics like partnerships, media and storytelling, the book also includes material on digital and social media channels as well as a chapter on measuring your communication success.

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About Deirdre

Deirdre Breakenridge is an author, entrepreneur and the CEO of Pure Performance Communications. A 25+ year veteran in PR and marketing, she is the author of six business books including, Answers for Modern Communicators, Social Media and Public Relations: Eight New Practices for the PR Professional,” “Putting the Public Back in Public Relations,” and “PR 2.0, New Media, New Tools, New Audiences.”

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