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COMMCORE CONSULTING GROUP UNVEILS GET TO THE POINT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 31, 2017— CommCore Consulting Group announces its multi-disciplinary “Get to the Point” Leadership Development Program that combines best practices of executive coaching and communications training. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman recently sat down for an interview with FIR Podcast.
Andy provided his expertise concerning the role of internal communications in a crisis situation. Mr. Gilman also discussed when to decide to speak out on a situation, how to coordinate internal and external messages, and how to prepare for a crisis. Read more
We welcome Viena Forkas, a junior at High Point University, to the team! Learn more about her during our sit-down.
Three words you would use to describe yourself…
Energetic, motivated and empathetic! Read more
Greg is a former Department of Homeland Security adviser on cyber security issues in the Obama Administration. He focused on cyber security, counter-terrorism, and community resilience communications.
What’s your take on the WannaCry virus. Read more
Andrew Gilman, CEO of CommCore, was quoted in PR News’s article , “3 Internal Communications Principles Steve Harvey Missed in ‘Don’t Talk to Me’ Memo”
Andy Gilman, president and CEO of CommCore Consulting Group in Washington, D.C., who advises communications leaders on crisis management and communications practices both internal and external, lays out three basic internal communications principles Harvey missed when drafting and sending the memo:
- Nothing is private in this world.
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in The New York Times article, “With Fox News in Tumult, Another Executive, Bill Shine, Is Ousted”
The Murdochs are “definitely cleaning house,” said Andrew Gilman, the chief executive of the crisis communications firm CommCore Consulting Group. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in Digiday’s recent article on the continuation of United Airlines’ PR crisis:
Yesterday, it embarked on a multimedia quest to convince people it is taking responsibility by changing its overbooking rules. Read more