The function of comms, and its professionals, have been irrevocably altered, writes Don Spetner.
It can take up to a year before you actually master a new job — and maybe as long before you stop waking up with a pit in your stomach, writes Don Spetner.
PRWeek columnist Don Spetner explains why having the wisdom and foresight to transition to a younger generation is a key trait for a leader.
As more people share their stories about the myriad obstacles they’ve faced, it’s clear how fortunate others have been.
Don Spetner on changing work environments and healthy skepticism about post-pandemic corporate values.
‘I never imagined I’d see a time when businesses would emerge as the most trustworthy and competent institutions in a time of social and medical crisis.’
"I’ve never seen such widespread angst and low-grade depression. So, you might think I’m off my rocker when I tell you I’m optimistic about what’s ahead."
"It’s hard to find good news, and it’s hard to remember that most people in our country are kindhearted and compassionate."
“I’ve come to appreciate that much of our growth comes from the hard stuff.”
CCOs need a sounding board to confront difficult realities.