May 20, 2022 0 Comments

65: Jennifer Cronin - Management Gut Check: Improving Team Leadership and Client Relations

Episode

065

 

This week on the show, we’re joined by Jennifer Cronin, client services manager here at Trust Relations. She’s here to talk through her best practices for client management and team leadership, including some useful tips for identifying problems in your professional relationships. And, as an added bonus, Jennifer also chimes in on this week’s Anonymous PR Horror Story, from a client contact whose PR program isn’t turning out to be as fruitful as anticipated. April and Laura also share their advice on how to develop friendly working relationships with reporters. They also discuss the PR implications for the New York Yankees and the Cleveland Guardians, after fan and player behavior got out of control during a game at Yankee Stadium last month.

Read the PR News of the Week here: https://www.mlb.com/news/guardians-yankees-ugly-fan-behavior-in-ninth-inning

Learn more about Jennifer here: https://trustrelations.agency/meet-your-dream-team/jennifer-cronin/

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