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Posts Tagged: Andrew Gilman
- Separate the people from the problem
- Focus on interests, not positions
- Invent options for mutual gain
- Insist on using objective criteria
If you want entertainment and an example of a TV shouting match that does not advance understanding of an issue, John Lott’s recent interview on Piers Morgan Tonight [ full interview here] showcases why sometimes you may not be better off not going into media lion’s den. Read more
Eric Schwartzman interviewed Andrew Gilman at the 2008 PRSA International Conference on the Art of the Sound Bite. Download the complete audio interview below to learn about the history of the sound bite and the ingredients that make a winning sound bite. Read more
One of the more fun magazine reads is the current “How to” issue of Business Week . There are plenty of short take ideas on how to admit a mistake by an NFL referee, how to talk to a Republican (by a Democrat) or how to talk to a Democrat (by a Republican). Read more
There’s a new study in the Harvard Business Review of 16 characteristics of leadership in which female leaders outpace their male counterparts.
Based on experience with hundreds of companies and organizations the categories that don’t surprise me are building relationships and developing others. Read more
Think of the wonderful sparring partners in fiction, film and TV. Is there any better metaphor for the co-dependent relationship between reporters and PR professionals?
As the saying goes, “Can’t live with ’em. Read more