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The 3 C's and Everyday Boyfriends with Jennifer Jenkins

Cheers To Business

Release Date: 08/16/2020

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On this episode, Karen talks with JJPR founder and president Jennifer Jenkins. Jennifer shares her story of starting her PR and marketing firm, what it takes to build a good team, and her philosophies on managing her team members and a diverse client roster. Plus, she shares how JJPR has dealt with COVID-19 workplace changes and what she is seeing with her clients and the Mobile and Baldwin County business communities during this massive disruption.

 

Key Takeaways

Growing a team requires the 3 C's: Chemistry, Competency, and Character.

Don't be so involved in your company you can't see the big picture.

Get involved with your community, especially with your local Chamber of Commerce and Junior League.

Give back as much as you can to others, your community, and your networks.

Stay connected to your business, teams, clients, projects, community, and passions.

 

Resources:

Jennifer Jenkins:  Linkedin  |  Facebook 

JJPR:  Website  |  Facebook 

 

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