Posts Tagged ‘crisis communications’

Overseas communications for Chinese multinationals

I was honoured to speak in Beijing to the China Going Global Think Tank summit on the topic of “Overseas corporate communications for Chinese companies: promoting image > protecting reputation.” Over 12 years in […]

Posted March 20, 2014

BBC World News live TV interview

I enjoyed being interviewed at the anchor desk by Newsday co-host Babita Sharma on that controversial ANA television advertisement. While the ad only aired in Japan, courtesy of social media it went ‘viral’ overseas. This is […]

Posted January 22, 2014

Humanitarianism in the network age

I was honoured to speak recently in Bangkok [pictures here] at the Asia-Pacific unveiling of ‘Humanitarianism in the Network Age’ (HINA), a groundbreaking new United Nations social media study. HINA examines the […]

Posted June 14, 2013

Digital crisis communications infographic

Posted February 24, 2012

Crisis communications this year

Recently Campaign Asia-Pacific magazine in Hong Kong asked me to share some thoughts concerning the evolution of crisis communications in the year ahead. Click here to read the piece.

Posted February 9, 2012

Digital crisis communications in Asia

I have just finished doing an e-mail interview for a major Asia-Pacific marketing publication, and here is what I submitted (they’ll selectively use some quotes, but seeing how I spent all this […]

Posted June 18, 2011

TV interview on crisis PR leadership in japan

Channel NewsAsia, the Singapore-based Asia-Pacific TV news network, interviewed me in this segment on March 19th for my thoughts on the situation (as of that date) concerning Japan’s leadership communications in light […]

Posted March 23, 2011

Speak first to avoid persistent myths

This Washington Post article contains conclusions that PR professionals, journalists and an informed public need to know about what they consume from the media. For example: “The research also highlights the disturbing […]

Posted December 3, 2009

‘Apology communications’ and the Woods saga

This graphic dissection of the latest Tiger Woods media statement (which I clipped by hand from today’s The Globe and Mail newspaper) illustrates some of the key elements being discussed in the […]

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