With a communication studies degree from San Jose State University, Bryce has always had a love for communication processes, argument and debate, and digital media. After a successful sales career, Bryce decided to venture on his own and tackle entrepreneurship with the knowledge gained from his business experiences.
Mark's early college experience in radio and journalism, including work as a contributor for an online newsletter, has been a foundation for his passion in the field of communications. Implementing his skills for a successful career in the design field, Mark has shifted his focus on new business opportunities with the experience he's gained.
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Four Ways to Communicate Change in the Workplace
A new supervisor, a department consolidation, a new compensation policy- poor communication around these big changes can cause employees to feel anxious, upset and disengaged. How you deliver the big news is key to helping your employees see this change as a positive step rather than something that’s disruptive and…
Is Mass Media Good or Bad for You and Your Family?
Since the internet, and particularly smartphones, became household commodities, mass media's impact on people and…
Careers for Master’s in Communication Graduates
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Modern Journalism: What You Need To Know To Keep Up In Today’s World
Today's journalism is a far cry from what it used to be. In the past,…
Who’s Sorry Now? 5 Things to Say Instead of Apologizing
Unfortunately, even those with advanced degrees in communications are often guilty of saying "I'm sorry"…
Where Communications Majors Earn the Most (and Least)
"Communication works for those who work at it." – John Powell For those who are…
Getting Back to the Basics in Journalism: Lessons from the Sinclair Group Debacle
If you currently work or have ever worked in the field of mass communications, you've…
Why You Should Master The Art of Storytelling
Humans have been telling stories for as long as anyone can remember. In fact, stories…
Why Communications Pros Should Have a Seat at the Executive Table
If you are a communications professional, and you have the ear of the CEO, consider…
Autism: How it Affects Communication and the Way People are Working to Improve It
Once viewed and addressed as separate disorders, autism spectrum disorder (autism or ASD for short),…