Former Yankee great Don Mattinglywas known as “Donnie Baseball” during his career in New York in the 1980s and 90s. His dignified demeanor was as emblematic of the most storied franchise in American sports as his talent. Read more
A lot has been said about CEOs and Social Media. But few postings we have seen are as to-the-point and informative as Joshua Steimle’s column on Forbes.com, The Anti-Social CEO’s Guide to Social Media. Read more
The ruling by a federal appeals court that a “like” or a comment on Facebook is a form of protected free speech has major implications for professional communicators. The higher court reversed a Virginia district court decision upholding the dismissal of employees in the Hampton, VA sheriff’s department four years ago because they “liked” and commented on an election opponent’s campaign Facebook page. Read more
…the more they remain the same, apparently, in the PR world of media relations.
Being a Captain of Industry shouldn’t mean looking down on the crew from the Upper Deck.
As businessman Jeff Haden wrote in a recent columnin Inc. Magazine, he saw a company he had admired “in a different, less positive light” after being summoned, and then dissed, by the CEO at his company’s event in New York City.
Wrote Baden, “I wasn’t bothered by the fact that he didn’t seem interested in talking tome; after all, who am I? Read more
Few crises are as immediate as those faced by doctors and medical personnel with patients in life and death situations.
And nothing prepares a doctor – particularly a novice hospital intern – for a crisis like a simulation. Read more