You hold both British and Canadian citizenships – how did you end up with dual citizenship?
Communication Director Magazine
On April 14, Eyjafjallajökull volcano in the south of Iceland started erupting clouds of black ash. The whole world soon woke up to the consequences, as airspace was closed down across Europe, affecting flights throughout the world.
It seems to me that irrespective of what the crisis or change is, successful communication requires three things to be present: executive buy-in, appropriate resources and an effective face-to-face channel
I am not sure precisely where or when this particular story began; but, looking back, I’d say that it was just around my tenth birthday when I first stumbled upon writings of C.S. Lewis and his imagination-absorbing tales of Narnia.
"I have seen the future and it is covered in latex”.
From left to right: David Lawsky, Reuters EU Competition Policy Correspondent; Dennis Landsbert-Noon, Publisher, European Voice; Mikolaj Dowgielewicz Spokesman, Institutional Relations and Communications Strategy for EU vice president Margot
When did you realise that working internationally would be the right choice for you?
Many firms invest considerable financial and human resources in communication systems to facilitate the internal communication of essential information to all employees, no matter where in the organisation – or in the world – they are located.
What was the idea behind founding Burson-Marsteller in 1953?