Monthly Archives: June 2021

On the breeze

Walking towards home I could feel the warmth of the sun cooled by the gentle breeze. I had just put my old horse to bed after watching him enjoy some time relaxing in the paddock. Waiting for me at home … Continue reading

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Banish the talk of reputation

But PR should never be about reputation alone. Doing this will lead to bad or perverse decision making where what is right is sacrificed to what is reputationally acceptable. The role of communication should be to manage the consequences of the actions that are taken. Continue reading

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What really is freedom?

Crisis messaging needs to be very carefully considered, reviewed, discussed and then revised or used. Continue reading

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Here we go again

There is concern or at the worst mistrust of announcements that are played out in Parliament, which for many is a world away from their daily lives. Continue reading

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Game, set and match

There is no doubt that facing the media when you are stressed, anxious or depressed is a daunting thing. Even when you are feeling on top of things doing media interviews is pressured. Continue reading

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