Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson famously used to say: “Everyone has a plan until they get hit.” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — a serious boxing fan and amateur pugilist himself — has been […]
Donald Trump is authentic. What you see is what you get. Forget his bad qualities — what can leaders learn about communicating authentically when authenticity = credibility? This blog examines that issue.
Donald Trump has taught us than an insincere apology can do more harm than good. This blog posting goes over the lessons any leader can learn about how to effectively apologize in a crisis situation.
Your phone rings. It’s a reporter. They want to interview you as an expert – an incredible opportunity. But, you’re not ready and you’re panicking. This post will help you prepare in less than two hours. Buckle up.
Many people don’t know the difference between a columnist and a reporter. Well, if you plan on attacking a newspaper over its coverage, you better know what you’re talking about to avoid looking like an idiot.
Giving a client a gift can be a tricky experience. Are gifts are allowed at the company? If so, what are the limits? You want to avoid an awkward moment. This article outlines some tips to do just that.
Napoleon said “Never Interfere With an Enemy While He’s in the Process of Destroying Himself.” That’s what Uber is doing with the taxi industry as we recently saw in Toronto.
It’s easy to communicate when you’re winning. But, how you deal with the media after a loss is the true test for journalists — especially in politics.
This just in: that off-the-cuff quip your favourite politician made? Completely premeditated and rehearsed — as it should be! Only an idiot goes into a news conference or speech unprepared.
Richard “The Badger” Brennan just retired from political reporting after 43 years. I am so happy to announce he is joining me in a media coaching venture. Look out world.