Networking

Networking: The Dos and Don’ts

by Jody Greene • September 29, 2017

If networking could create energy, Washington DC would be fully self-sustainable with enough reserves to hold us through at least the next solar eclipse. From face-to-face business conferences to strangers inquiring what you do at a bar, almost every interaction, especially in the District, can turn into an opportunity to expand your network. While seasoned […]


Journalists Are People Too: A Guide to Building and Maintaining Reporter Relationships

by Noah Walker • September 22, 2017

The fourth estate is just about as American as apple pie – these are the people who embody a core tenant of our First Amendment, the people who we rely on to give us unfettered access to developments in the world around us. Whether it’s a local news story of the neighborhood alley cat being […]


Collaborative and Creative: Tools to Help You Stay Productive

by Christian Lange • September 15, 2017

Here at TMG, almost every project we work on is collaborative. Whether it’s a blog post or a marketing plan, several pairs of eyes will pass over anything that we deliver to a client, even if it’s just to double check spelling and grammar. Therefore, we need to choose and implement the best tools to […]


The Agora Government & Public Affairs Marketplace: A Networking Learning Experience

by Jody Greene • September 13, 2017

Networking can be tough. The idea of starting a conversation with a person you’ve never met is intimidating, and keeping in contact with them can seem even more daunting. Luckily, events like the Agora Government & Public Affairs Marketplace give professionals the opportunity to network while learning about advancements across industries. Last week, TMG’s Fellow, […]


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This Couldn’t Have Been an Email

by Christian Lange • September 7, 2017

“This could have been an email.” It’s the worst criticism someone can get after a meeting. In any office, but especially a smaller one like The Moak Group, every team member is juggling several projects at once. A meeting that wastes time can both annoy coworkers and take attention away from clients. However, one that […]