Trust is not in crisis; leadership is.
The first edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party was a 23-page pamphlet, first published in February 1848. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels updated it repeatedly, in various editions and languages, for decades.
The birth of public relations was dominated by Edward Bernays and Ivy Lee – often referred to as the fathers of PR.
A recently released survey of technology professionals, such as software/application developers and software engineers, finds high levels of positivity toward CEOs who speak out on hotly debated current issues.
I have a new mantra: “You’re only two clicks away from uncovering a lie.” I learned it from a corporate executive who was describing how his company was dealing with the new communication reality.
We live in exciting times.
Fighting political campaigns in the digital realm is not new; but leading with a digital-first approach is. However, whatever the approach, simple, persuasive narratives are what win votes. A political postcard from the US elections.
Open economies grow faster and have more spread of technology and ideas, but the erosion of public trust and the persistence of economic uncertainty are opening the door to protectionism and isolationism.
Ahead of his appearance at this year's European Communication Summit (June 13-14 2918), we spoke to hacker-turned-consultant Dr.
At a wedding a few years ago, I sat next to a moral philosopher who asked me if I was ethically comfortable teaching people to dodge questions (i.e. lie) for a living.