Monthly Archives: April 2020

A Reporter’s Glossary: Journalistic Terms of Art

Every profession has its own jargon and terms of art. Reporters are no different. Top communications executives need to understand the lingo and be capable of translating it for their C-suite and other spokespeople. Confusion — It’s Such a Terrible Shame To help in that regard, I’ve just published a position paper titled, “A Reporter’s […]

How to Moderate a Video Conference

Most of us have in recent weeks participated in countless video calls. Some report growing tired of them. I understand if you are employed by a company that forces you to attend even when the purpose seems specious. It makes you wonder if they just want to see what your kitchen/dining room/bedroom look like. Me? […]

A Range of Resources to Keep Your Head Above Water

The past few weeks have been a blur for all of us. Was it really less than a month ago we were all told to stay home? Could it be possible that I have not used Washington’s Metro subway since last month? Why is this monk-like existence beginning to feel customary? My sense is that […]

Guidance for Our New Virtual Meeting World

Video conferencing services like Skype, Webex, and Zoom have surged to the fore of our meeting environment. I’ve published two new tip sheets to help executives navigate this new state of affairs. Video Conference Advice The first is for those unexpectedly finding themselves at home, needing to get up to speed pronto on how to […]