Posts Tagged ‘canada’

A quarter century of lessons learned working in the PR world

Summarizing my professional journey, this presentation explains a signature ‘lesson learned’ for every single one of the 25+ years of my PR career working in five countries (USA, Japan, Canada, Korea and Singapore) helping clients communicate […]

Posted August 7, 2016

Things I notice being back in Canada after living overseas

It was a year ago this week that I returned to my native Toronto after spending the better part of my career (so far) working overseas. Except for visiting or taking career […]

Posted June 23, 2016

Trudeau and Trump on Twitter

Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump are among the world’s hottest political properties these days, and the fortunes of both have soared through their gifted use of social media. Indeed, I think that they are […]

Posted February 23, 2016

My media day with Donald Trump

As he is now contending for the U.S. Presidency, just for fun I would like to recall my time with past client Donald Trump during 2001 when he was in Canada to announce his future […]

Posted October 27, 2015

When the Headline is You

Every day I apply skills that I have acquired from the several mentors with whom I’ve been fortunate to associate during my career. When it comes to the art of media training […]

Posted October 25, 2010

Au revoir to Canada

In a few hours my family and I leave Canada to re-join the 2.8 million our our fellow citizens overseas. We do so with mixed feelings, the nature of which I would […]

Posted February 28, 2010

Co-founding Environics Communications Inc. (ECI)

Leading the first Canadian-owned PR firm in the United States market

Posted November 2, 2009