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Leadership’s responsibility of mental wellbeing with Vance Meyer | On Top of PR podcast

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On Top of PR podcast: Leadership communication and mental wellbeing with Vance Meyer and show host Jason Mudd episode graphicVance Meyer was a former corporate communication executive who is now promoting and advocating for mental wellness and acquiring skills to be of service to others in the future.

 

Guest:

Vance Meyer used to be a corporate communication executive. He is now promoting and advocating for mental wellness and acquiring skills to be of service to others in the future.

 

 

Five things you’ll learn from this episode:

  1. What marketing communication leaders need to think about in terms of guiding their team on how to communicate, externally and internally
  2. The strategy and tactics that corporate marketing professionals can begin to take, whether that’s communication tactics or as a trusted advisor to leaders
  3. The importance of self-care and self-acceptance not just for the sake of your health, but for your effectiveness as a communicator
  4. How coming out of COVID can help individuals be more considerate of others and make an impact, not only today but for future generations
  5. Crisis management from someone with extensive experience in employee communication, media relations, executive communication, social media, crisis management, and corporate branding
 

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Quotables
  • “All the strategic work that we do to prepare for a crisis, unfortunately, goes out of the window during the crisis.” – @middle1dweller
  •  “Sometimes, leaders get so ambitious about focusing on growth and expansion to the point of sacrificing their integrity.” – @jasonmudd9
  •  “I didn’t realize that I wasn’t capable of handling the stress that comes along with PR jobs without treating myself better and having more self-care.” – @middle1dweller
  • “Take care of yourself. Take time to revive yourself because it’s not just important for your health, but for your effectiveness as a communicator.” – @middle1dweller
  • “Sometimes, people find themselves working for a company that’s in a bad spot and they end up inheriting the problem.” – @jasonmudd9
  • “Everybody has mental wellness needs.” – @middle1dweller

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About Vance Meyer

Vance Meyer was a former corporate communication executive who is now promoting and advocating for mental wellness and acquiring skills to be of service to others in the future.

 

These efforts are inspired by 30 years of personal and family experience with chronic depression and anxiety, as well as recent significant progress in managing his symptoms through lifestyle change. Vance has extensive experience in employee communication, media relations, executive communication, social media, crisis management, and corporate branding.


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About your host Jason Mudd

On Top of PR host, Jason Mudd, is a trusted adviser and dynamic strategist for some of America’s most admired brands and fastest-growing companies. Since 1994, he’s worked with American Airlines, Budweiser, Dave & Buster’s, H&R Block, Hilton, HP, Miller Lite, New York Life, Pizza Hut, Southern Comfort, and Verizon. He founded Axia Public Relations in July 2002. Forbes named Axia as one of America’s Best PR Agencies for 2021.

 

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