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Four communication principles organizations can use to avoid the Tiger Woods effect in 2010

Public relations is counter-intuitive in the sense that it’s a study of what you’re communicating by choosing not to communicate. We’re not taught to think this way, and to do so seems slightly paranoid. Here’s a couple of communication principles organizations and senior leaders can put into practice in order to avoid the fallout—the Tiger […] Read More

Innovation & The Value of a Near-Miss

How do you feel about near-misses? Ok for games of horseshoes and hand grenades? (Cute—snarky, but cute.) In part two of this discussion about the cost of disengaged employees in a down economy let’s discuss a simple principle of employee motivation applicable to our present economic environment, where so much emphasis is placed on innovation: […] Read More

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