Posts:April 2012, Corporate

Leaders Keeping Good Company Online

by Caroline Trotman-Dickenson| April 12, 2012

At the start of 2012 the octogenarian media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who has been said to describe the internet as “a place for porn, thievery, and hackers,” joined the Twitterverse. Within the first three days @rupertmurdoch attracted over 80,000 followers – despite much speculation if it was really him with his fingers on the keyboard. […]

A Crisis of Leadership… And a Blueprint for Surmounting It…

by Rod Cartwright| April 2, 2012

Last month, I posted that despite the unprecedented scrutiny focused on leaders in 2011, this new era of the intense public microscope was actually an opportunity for communicators, but also a very real responsibility. Helping to put some flesh on the bones of that assertion, Ketchum recently released the findings of a new study – […]