Monthly Archives: January 2021

How the Pandemic Has Altered Congressional Testimony

As with most things in life, the coronavirus pandemic has shifted the Congressional testimony landscape. Rather than appearing in an ornate hearing room, the odds are high that witnesses — and a fair share of the members of Congress — will appear remotely. In response, I’ve just published a new edition of the research report […]

Journalism Under Siege and the Struggle for Press Freedom

Reporters under attack. Unfounded allegations of “fake news.” Journalism’s reputation bottoming out. What are legitimate news outlets to do? That’s where the National Press Club Journalism Institute (NPCJI) enters the picture. This edition of C-suite Blueprint Radio features a conversation with the institute’s Executive Director Julie Moos. Her organization advocates for a free press by […]

Message + Discipline = Reputation

Does the public know all it should about your company? More to the point, how do they perceive your reputation? Here are just some of the questions — accompanied by some suggestions — that your C-suite, communications staff, and public policy principals should be contemplating: ? Are you seeking to raise the public profile of […]

Insider Strategies Are Yours for the Asking

I spent a good chunk of the holiday break assembling a series of Insider Strategies resources. The goal of these quick-hitting one-pagers? To help you sharpen your communications edge. More to the point, these thought pieces exist to help you reach your career ambitions and to move your company toward achieving its business and public […]