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How Effective Leaders Respond when Employees Disappoint
How Effective Leaders Respond when Employees Disappoint
Disappointment is inevitable for leaders. At times your people will disappoint you, and there will also be instances where you disappoint others. The real issue to address is how you respond to the disappointment. The key, writes Alesia Latson in this CW Observer post, is to downplay anger and focus on managing yourself and creating a learning experience from what has gone wrong.
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The Consequences of Traditional Media Training
The Consequences of Traditional Media Training
Are traditional methods of media training increasing your reputational risk? In this CW Live video chat, CW Executive Editor Natasha Nicholson talks with Eric Bergman, ABC, APR, MC, about media training dos and dont’s. Bergman will lead IABC’s five-week online workshop “Media Training in a Box” starting August 26th.
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Wearable Technology—Opportunity or Nightmare?
Wearable Technology—Opportunity or Nightmare?
Wearable technology (like Google Glass) provide new, sophisticated ways for connecting with customers, and with that, raise some important ethical considerations. What’s the role of the communicator in all of this? This CW Observer blog post explores.
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The Transformative CEO
The Transformative CEO
Peter Cuneo, former CEO of Marvel, has a long history of transforming struggling companies. In his interview with CW Executive Editor Natasha Nicholson, he shares what it takes to be a transformative CEO today. Says Cuneo: “I think that transformative CEOs are constantly making change in a company…The CEO’s skill or art in terms of how to handle change in the smoothest possible way is very, very important.”
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Journalists Share What They Really Want from Your Press Release
Journalists Share What They Really Want from Your Press Release
According to recent research from Greentarget, the majority of journalists spend less than a minute reading new press releases. To help you make the most of those precious few seconds, journalists share tips for writing press releases that catch their attention, including writing effective subject lines and presenting key information in bullet points.
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