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How to Manage a Crisis Without Public Trust, Trump’s Biggest Loss Has Already Happened
Before you can persuade a skeptical audience to take necessary action, you have to establish credibility. Council President Doug Pinkham discusses how leaders earn trust.
Nathan Gonzales writes the election is still six months away, but President Donald Trump has already suffered his greatest loss: the benefit of the doubt.
You might have heard it’s a “lobbying bonanza.” But it’s expertise, not access, most clients are seeking.
When health concerns are paramount, how is voter behavior affected? We explore the “flight to safety.”
Your favorite workplace phrases have been remixed for life in the home office. It’s only a matter of time before they make it into your next Zoom meeting.
Government relations pros need to adapt to be effective. We have a new take on the basics to help you pivot strategy.
In 2014, fear of a deadly disease had an outsized impact on the midterm elections. Researchers take a look back to predict how COVID-19 might affect sentiment this November.
COVID-19 is infecting our language. Metaphors should be used carefully by people with almost no relevant scientific knowledge. That means most of us.
Public Affairs Paths Amid Pandemic; 3 Scenarios for November Elections