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Bill Prickett

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Mike Schenker

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for the Dallas Chapter

Public Relations Society of America


Manager of Public Relations

North Texas Food Bank


PRSA Dallas


Spokesman

PPAI


Position, Education Department

Meeting Professionals International


Affiliations

Promotional Products Association

Staff Member


Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

communication , administration and psychology

Samford University


Web References(100 Total References)


Can You Hear Me Now? Attention to Communication is Vital in Business - Mike Schenker, Consulting

mikeschenker.com [cached]

In discussing this with a good friend named Bill Prickett, I was reminded of something he'd once written.
Bill felt the same way: Even if I didn't know Bill as I do, I have to believe that he'd blow them off and find one of their competitors with whom to work instead. I, of course, might take things one step further and go public in my bad-mouthing of said entity. If you know me even remotely, you know I don't suffer fools well. Bill responded similarly: Suffice to say, Bill found an alternative source for the service in question and somehow managed to get on with his life. In fact, he closed his blog post with a better incident: I'll close my blog post the same way Bill ended his. He's far more diplomatic than I: Bill Prickett, business communication, customer service, Flashback Friday


Can You Hear Me Now? Attention to Communication is Vital in Business - Mike Schenker, Consulting

mikeschenker.com [cached]

In discussing this with a good friend named Bill Prickett, I was reminded of something he'd once written.
Bill felt the same way: Even if I didn't know Bill as I do, I have to believe that he'd blow them off and find one of their competitors with whom to work instead. I, of course, might take things one step further and go public in my bad-mouthing of said entity. If you know me even remotely, you know I don't suffer fools well. Bill responded similarly: Suffice to say, Bill found an alternative source for the service in question and somehow managed to get on with his life. In fact, he closed his blog post with a better incident: I'll close my blog post the same way Bill ended his. He's far more diplomatic than I: Bill Prickett, business communication, customer service, Flashback Friday


"And Everything Looks Worse In Black and White" - Mike Schenker, Consulting

mikeschenker.com [cached]

Please note its relevance, as I am turning to my friend Bill Prickett for today's guest blog post, which prominently features the under-appreciated movie "Pleasantville".
Bill Prickett, color, Pleasantville


Outside, Looking Back In (A Guest Blog Post) - Mike Schenker, Consulting

mikeschenker.com [cached]

Bill Prickett is a former staff member at the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), whom I got to know when he was assigned to (stuck with?) work with me during the Association's first co-event with AdWeek.
It was a remarkably humid two day period in New York City, and he and I were outside, schlepping around with a camera crew and our own personal entourages, filming our own version of Billy On the Street (ironic that I was playing the role of "Billy", and not Bill, in this road company production that featured a much smaller budget and far less talent). He left PPAI a few years ago but has remained in touch with many people both outside and in the association, so I asked him to present this guest blog post on what it's like to be outside of the industry, looking back in. Bill Prickett worked for 25+ years as a Public Relations/Communications professional for numerous nonprofits and charities. He's also the author of three novels. Now retired, he continues to write about his observations on a variety of timely topics as an active blogger. Bill Prickett, guest post, promotional products


Leadership

www.prsa.org [cached]

Bill Prickett, APRPO Box 165050Irving TX 75016Aslan-WRP@sbcglobal.net


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