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I write about communication, leadership and change, drawing on a 30-year career in journalism, public relations and management.
Tag Archives: Freud
Excuse me, is that a fake Einstein quote on your blog?
There’s nothing like a good quote to spice up your prose. That’s why speeches, essays, books and social media are peppered with the sayings of Lincoln, Twain, Edison, Gandhi and other notables. I use quotations in my own writing to … Continue reading
Posted in Communications Tagged Angelou, Einstein, fake quotes, Freud, Gandhi, John Oliver, Lincoln, Lombardi, quotations 2 Comments
What does a CEO want?
It seems that we are always guessing what CEOs want. Even the Mentalist would be hard-pressed to figure out some of the inscrutable things they say. “Transparency” may have climbed to the top of most organizations’ list of core values, … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Management, Organization Tagged Anthony Shop, CEO, Conference Board, customer relationships, Freud, human capital, innovation, operational excellence, PRSA-NCC 2 Comments