When you enter the communications world from an engineering world, as I did, you come from a world of numbers, equations and machines to a world of words, relationships and people.
C-Suite / Executive Board
Today, corporate communications is a multidirectional conversation across a huge variety of channels and an even larger set of engaged stakeholders.
The International Trade Union Confederation is determined that no worker is left behind in the transition to a new economy.
The case for improving women’s access to C-level positions has never been stronger.
We are gradually moving into an era of ‘no management’. At least, I sincerely hope so. Because I believe that many employees are capable, willing and enthusiastic as long as they are able to organise work themselves.
At a meeting of Arthur W.
I’ve recently heard a number of remarkable presentations and insights from several communications leaders.
Once heralded as the seat held by the best storyteller in the company, corporate communications is no longer about amplifying what an organisation wants to say.
Organisations are increasingly using audiovisual media for their crisis communications. The public not only learns about crises through newspaper articles, but also through corporate videos, interviews and press conferences.
Among executive roles today, the corporate affairs officer may be one of the most influential, yet least predictable in terms of career track, skill set and responsibilities.