Author Archives: Brian Greene
A poorly managed organization—particularly one in which employees are discouraged from raising legitimate concerns—is ripe for PR crises that could adversely impact a company, its employees, customers, investors and other stakeholders.
Fat Tuesday is upon us. This year, brands are bringing the celebration of the beginning of the Lenten season to revellers in some clever ways.
Anthem has done relatively well with its crisis response after it suffered the largest healthcare data breach to date. But only time will tell if it will fully recover. We can learn some valuable PR lessons from Anthem’s crisis communications approach following the attack.
The departure of a beloved figure from a program or company he/she helped build can sometimes be messy. While Jon Stewart’s exit from The Daily Show is far from complete, the announcement was done seamlessly as far as a communications strategy goes.
Toxic leaders destroy productivity and bring organizational progress to a full stop. They lack compassion, and their attempts to exert power and control ultimately break the spirit of employees. How do you spot bad leadership and avoid becoming a toxic leader yourself?
As a millennial, there will be times when your suggestions aren’t taken seriously and when references or jokes are lost on you. How do you conquer the task of getting through to employees who have been with the company longer than you’ve been alive?
Brian Williams is being lambasted for falsely claiming he was aboard a helicopter that was “hit and crippled” by enemy fire during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Even 12 years later, a lie, mistruth or “misremembered” incident can and will come back to haunt you.
During an interview with CNBC’s Kelly Evans, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul shushed Evans and told her to “calm down” while he answered a question. Use this interview as Exhibit A when prepping top executives on what not to do when talking with the media.