Julie Talenfeld

Julie Talenfeld
Julie Talenfeld is the president of BoardroomPR, one of Florida’s premier litigation communications agencies.
5 PR tips from Queen Elizabeth’s regal crisis communications plan

5 PR tips from Queen Elizabeth’s regal crisis communications plan

I’m glued to my TV following all things Sussex. In case you haven’t heard, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have stepped down as senior royals, hope to become financially independent, and will be spending lots more time in Canada. It’s big, historic, complicated...

A PR pro’s how-to guide for finding your passion

A PR pro’s how-to guide for finding your passion

Oprah has a great quote, “Follow your passion; it will lead to your purpose.” But what if you aren’t one of those people who have always known what they wanted to be when they grow up? Or what if you are, and you’ve since changed your mind? Societally, we place a lot...

Influencers are the new celebrities—so who are you influencing?

Influencers are the new celebrities—so who are you influencing?

They’re everywhere. They always seem to look flawless, even if they insist that there’s #nofilter or FaceTune. They’re on the beach at a very chic resort-on-stilts in Polynesia, getting paid to be on vacation. They walk down trendy streets while narrating and...

Anticipate before you litigate in the court of public opinion

Anticipate before you litigate in the court of public opinion

Is your team working on a high-profile case that you know is newsworthy? Legal PR can put a firm on the map, and lack of it can lead to the firm flying under the radar. How the message is shared makes all the difference. It must be done appropriately, maturely, and...

The in crowd—5 tips for creating a sphere of influence

The in crowd—5 tips for creating a sphere of influence

Do you see your competitors in the news and wonder why it isn’t you? It’s time to be in the spotlight. Wondering how? With an all-around PR plan, you’ll be on your way to becoming a star player in your industry that everyone comes to for news they can use. Are you...

2019 lesson plans—what these three PR crises taught us last year

2019 lesson plans—what these three PR crises taught us last year

A company’s leader is the face of the brand. Their image impacts the how the business is perceived by the public. From the White House to the coffee shop to the friendly skies, let’s take a look at three teaching examples of how to—and how not to—respond to a crisis...

PR rebranding—here’s your guide to a successful brand reboot

PR rebranding—here’s your guide to a successful brand reboot

A company’s brand is the image it shows to the public. With things moving so quickly, sometimes we need to take a step back and revisit the message we are sharing with the world. In order to not fall behind, there are some things you are going to want to take into...

5 PR tips for keeping business going during the ‘Summer Slowdown’

5 PR tips for keeping business going during the ‘Summer Slowdown’

Summer time is approaching, and you have a great vacation planned. But you feel guilty leaving your office, clients and work behind. But thoughts of taking a much-needed break from the 24/7 grind can be turned into guilt-free marketing while hiking the mountains of...

Parkland PR lessons: Make the change—fight til it’s right!

Parkland PR lessons: Make the change—fight til it’s right!

Following the tragic events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, it is evident that we need to come together to take action and push for change. Organizations across the world support a variety of causes, but it’s important to make sure the message...

Building your brand with video in the social era

Building your brand with video in the social era

Social media began as a few websites used to connect with friends and family. It has since turned into a mass industry capable of developing business’, nurturing client relationships, and taking your brand to the next level. You should be taking advantage of new...

Weinstein scandal’s PR lessons—using social to take a stand

Weinstein scandal’s PR lessons—using social to take a stand

Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence, Ashley Judd, Reese Witherspoon, Terry Crews… Debra Messing, Anna Paquin, Evan Rachel Wood, Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union… America Ferrera, Alyssa Milano... and...