Andrew Gilman was quoted in the Talent Economy article, “Are Leadership Development Programs Worth It” analyzing ROI in relation to companies investing in their employees.
“Leadership programs are as effective as both the program and the candidate,” said Andrew Gilman, president and CEO of CommCore Consulting Group, a communications consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Read more
CommCore SVP, Dale Weiss was quoted in The Wall Street Journal’s article, “Crisis of the week: Uber Faces Tipping Poing After CEO Resigns” commenting on Uber’s CEO resignation following the release of partial results of an investigationg into the company’s culture. Read more
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in Business Insider’s article, “Uber is blowing the door wide open for its toughest competition” speaking about how Uber’s recent ‘aggressive, go-fast culture’ may now be working against them. Read more
CommCore’s Andrew Gilman was quoted in the CNNMoney article, “Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company can’t catch a break” on the problems that arise when a self-proclaimed ‘honest’ brand, is being sued for misleading its customers. Read more
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in the New York Times article “A Top Uber Executive, Fraying the Company’s ‘A-Team'” providing his analysis on the company’s executive moves.
With all the changes, the A-Team — at least as originally conceived — is unlikely to come together again. Read more
CommCore Consulting Group’s CEO, Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in the New York Times and published in the Miami Herald in the article, “Uber’s board is considering a leave of absence for CEO Travis Kalanick”. Read more
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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 Andy Gilman was recently mentioned in Marketplace Podcast regarding the recent Chipotle data breach crisis.
Andy Gilman, president and CEO of CommCore Consulting Group, said he thinks Chipotle seems to have downplayed this a bit by releasing the information before a holiday weekend. 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
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.