When we asked our Edelman U.S. employees what keeps them from getting to the polls, most cited time as the No. 1 barrier.
Last night, Richard Edelman humbly accepted their International Leadership Award, together with fellow honorees U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) and Steven and Janice Hefter.
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Last night, I had dinner with Professor Jeffrey Sachs, who has taken a leadership role in the Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Sachs is seeking a step-reduction in CO2 emissions.
I was impressed by one man’s journey, from the impressionist school as a young man, to founder of Suprematism, to an enthusiastic supporter of the Revolution, to a deeply depressed and shocked witness to the horrors of Stalinism.
Last night was the annual intern party at Edelman New York. I thought it appropriate to pass along a few lessons gained from my summer jobs in the 70s.