Jackson Spalding Creates Communications Training Division
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Jackson Spalding Creates Communications Training Division

Jackson Spalding has launched its third division, JS Cultivation. The new division, which joins JS Communication and JS Creative, provides highly customized communications training for clients.

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ATLANTAJackson Spalding has launched its third division, JS Cultivation. The new division, which joins JS Communication and JS Creative, provides highly customized communications training for clients. The branding of the firm’s media and speaker training practice as JS Cultivation comes as the firm adds Emmy award-winning reporter Blair Meeks, who has been on-air for 20 years. He joins from WXIA-TV, where he was a general assignment reporter. 

 

“JS Cultivation operates on the simple philosophy that business leaders need to effectively communicate in all media – print, radio, television and certainly live public forums,” says Glen Jackson, co founder of Jackson Spalding. “Leaders must cultivate and continually practice their communications skills to connect with their audiences and build trust.”

 

The new division provides custom training including sessions that simulate press conferences, on-site media interviews, issues management planning, public speaking, message creation and more.

 

The JS Cultivation team is led by Trudy Kremer, who has been counseling clients such as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Publix Super Markets and Orkin Pest Control with Jackson Spalding for eight years. 

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