With the holiday season in full swing, I’d like to take a moment and recognize a man who is helping to change the world one child at a time.
There was a lovely ceremony honoring five other leaders in the PR field. A video introduced Dan. I had not heard his voice for nearly two years.
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Most notably, the members departed the snowy village with a greater sense of confidence than the prior four years.
The 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer demonstrates a serious crisis of confidence in leaders of both business and government.
There will never be another Dan Edelman—indomitable, ever modest, always resilient, and ready for the next challenge.
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Students of PR should take heed of Samuel Insull, chief of staff to Thomas Edison, as an early supporter of public relations.
Edelman and the Rise of Public Relations has been a year in the making, with Franz Wisner conducting hundreds of interviews and sorting through my father’s school years and war-time memorabilia. The result is the first real history of public relations as a business and a lovely tale of a family committed to the success of the enterprise.
I went with SAP co- chief executive, Bill McDermott, to the Frederick Douglass Center, a Children’s Aid Society (CAS) facility built in the 1950s which offers after-school programs and community services to the underprivileged in the neighborhood.
I have just read the new book, Rethinking Reputation, by John Doorley and Fraser Seitel, former chief communications officers at Merck and Chase Bank, respectively. The central theme of the book is that reputation depends on good behavior and honest communications.
I went to the 90th birthday bash for the Harvard Business Review last night at Lincoln Center. The magazine had a glittering array of speakers. Here are a few of the important lessons from the evening: