professionalism Tag



Virtual Cold Shoulder
by Nereyda Valenzuela, Guest Blogger + Human Communication Lab Director at Cal State University Fullerton… Ever notice how little things bother you on social media? Such as certain people not liking your photos or accepting your friend requests? These simple cases of inaction can trigger emotions that linger for days. Such willful inaction on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, etc. is actually a form of rhetoric called the “virtual cold shoulder.” It involves one party intentionally not acting and the other party perceiving that as an insult. Since a relationship previouslyRead More
Race Movie 2016

Posted On February 10, 2016By Freddy Tran NagerIn Media

False Start: The “Race” Movie Trailer Misses A Step

by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango + Stickler for Details… The movie “Race,” about American hero Jesse Owens, looks terrific. The sound? Well, that could use a little more work.Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango, LLC + Social Media Realist Lots of people sharing a Harvard Business Review blog about what it means to be professional in the social media era. It begins with a compelling example of how the Susan G. Komen Foundation bungled its recent image problems, while Planned Parenthood used social media to handle their controversies with aplomb. Nice case. Then the article spins out of control…Read More

Posted On January 11, 2010By Freddy Tran NagerIn Missions

First Shot in the Clone Wars: Redefining “Professional”

by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of Atomic Tango LLC & Professional Provocateur… I recently got some fan mail about : “I was liking your article, as I have others that I’ve read… However, I soon found the in-your-face political opinion rude and quite unprofessional to say the least. I just wanted to read a good professional article not something that would make the Huffington Post.” Hmmm. How to respond?Read More