Social Media and Security

Social media applications on a smartphone

Last week, I posted on thoughts about where organizational cyber-security responsibilities should be assigned. This week, I…

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Security – Whose Job?

In the wake of revelations of the sale of enormous amounts of personal information by Facebook to…

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Crisis Communications: Assuming

Recently, I posted about context and clarity in communication. As I was reading The Admirals (an excellent…

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Crisis Communications: Context and Clarity

I recently saw, on social media, a political cartoon from 1941 with a question from the person…

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When “Kids will be Kids” is a Felony

Sexting Crisis in Schools

Late last year, NBC News ran an article, A Teen Sexting Case Revealed How Judges Let Police…

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Did You Know… Be Prepared – Don’t be a Victim

Did You Know… Since 2007, there have been 2,483 “Highway-rail incident” deaths (as categorized by the Federal…

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Leadership in the Spotlight

It is extremely important for leaders to recognize that they possess real power. That power surrounds them…

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Communication and Power

I recently read an article about an email with the subject, “Communication within Tesla” from Elon Musk…

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Rebutting False Information

A recent online post from the Association for Psychological Science delivered, I think, a critical message for…

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Transparency in Communication

As I recently read a Wall Street Journal/Deloitte article on the future of work, Adapting to the…

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