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How to Pull Off a Professional Video Call From Home

By Kevin Purdy, writing for The Wirecutter: Like parsley in your teeth or a hole in your pants, a bad video-call setup is something you’ll hear about only from people who care about you. But even if you have the best webcam, there’s a good chance that your lighting, your backdrop, your connection, or even your […]


Lawyers, PR Firms Team Up For Employers Facing #MeToo Crises

Hennes Communications is adept at working with attorneys and their clients on issues related to sexual misconduct and scores of other scenarios.  For more information, give us a call at 216-321-7774.   From Gayle Cinquegrani: The days of quiet exits by powerful executives caught harassing subordinates may be ending. CBS is the latest corporation faced with […]


Body Language: Telling Your Team How You Really Feel

From our colleague, Carol Kinsey Goman: Do you know that your team is constantly evaluating your emotions through cues in your body language – and that they can do so in a fraction of a second? At the Center for Cognitive Neuroimaging at the University of Glasgow, researchers found that it takes only 200 miliseconds […]


A Well-Crafted Crisis Response Plan Could Save Your Business

By Bruce Hennes, CEO, Hennes Communications Written, tested and ready-to-go business continuity plans should just be part of doing business in today’s world. Typically, those plans include the step-by-step operational response procedures to follow in the event of a disaster. Here are some common mistakes we’ve seen in this effort: 1.  Not planning for enough […]


Google+ Earns Minus For Mishandling Bad News

By Thom Fladung, Managing Partner, Hennes Communications   Here are three immutable laws of bad news about you or your organization: The bad news won’t go away. People will find out about the bad news. If they find out you covered up the bad news, you now have worse news. One of the most recent […]


Crisis Management Hot Seat: The Ambush Interview (and How to Survive it)

By Howard Fencl, Hennes Communications:   There are a few surefire ways to ensure you, as a representative of your organization, can get on TV: Run as fast as you can from a reporter and videographer Grab the videographer’s camera lens and wrestle with it Jump in your car and floor it Slam your front […]


The Hashtag That Became a Movement Marks its First Anniversary

From Nora Jacobs at Hennes Communications:   After this week’s events, if there is a place in America where the issue of sexual misconduct is not top-of-mind, it is a place without access to the internet, television and newspapers. Although the phrase “Me Too” dates back to 2006, it wasn’t until October 2017, when it […]


How the Media Encourages – and Sustains – Political Warfare

By Kyle Jensen and Jack Selzer, writing in The Conversation.   Since his inauguration, President Donald Trump has been waging war against the American press by dismissing unfavorable reports as “fake news” and calling the media “the enemy of the American people.” As a countermeasure, The Washington Post has publicly fact-checked every claim that Trump has […]


America Is Under Cyber-Attack, and It’s More Than Russian Election-Meddling

An interesting, provocative piece from Deborah Lee James, former Secretary of the U.S. Air Force.   The United States is under attack. Having served as Secretary of the United States Air Force, I know this for a fact. Our sovereign border – and our critical infrastructure – has been breached in a number of serious […]


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