When in games of influence players opt to pause, it’s a sure sign that they’re thinking through their next move. About Friday’s SCOTUS landmark same-sex marriage decision, I warned about the cricket-like quiet of so many values voters. A God-fearing friend replied, […]
In the wake of the Charleston shootings, The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne, Jr. writes of a culture of evasion. He might not know it, but he’s describing the discipline I call Influence Strategy and some of the 24 plays that comprise […]
When in PR circles I hear the word principles I wonder who’s invoking them and what’s at stake. With the enshrinement of The Arthur W. Page Society’s Page Principles, I am hardened to a farce. These seven derived ditties are no more the […]
We heard this morning from The Holmes Report that our entry for PR Thought Leadership is a finalist in the 2015 SABRE awards. Click here to read our entrees.
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