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10 Lessons From CEOs on How to Manage Corporate Reputation in a New Era of Activism

By Denise Brien, writing in FastCompany: A changing landscape of social, political, and business dynamics is creating a new set of challenges for CEOs. Corporations and their hard-won reputations now have as much to gain as they have to lose from sudden changes in perception. To gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities […]


Do You Have Leadership Presence?

By Carol Kinsey Goman: eadership presence is a blending of attitudes, qualities, and behaviors that send all the right signals and makes you stand out from your peers. But leadership presence isn’t automatically assigned to you because you have a leadership title, advanced technical skills, or a high-level of leadership potential — and it’s not […]


It’s High Season for CLE’s

It’s High Season for Continuing Legal Education Seminars TV News & The Law December 4 – 2 hours of CLE Co-Sponsored by The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Hennes Communications and the Cleveland Jewish News Moderator:  Howard Fencl, Hennes Communications Panelists:  Adam Shapiro, former Cleveland TV news anchor, Yahoo Finance; Lynna Lai, reporter & weekend anchor, […]


Ad Council’s Challenge: Persuade Skeptics to Believe in COVID Vaccines

Introduction by Bruce Hennes, Hennes Communications. Persuading skeptics to take the COVID vaccine shouldn’t be this difficult.  From the polio vaccine in the 1950’s  and ’60’s (anyone remember SOS – Sabin Oral Sunday ?) to H1N1, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has carefully crafted messages to help the public understand important public health […]


A Key to Helping Clients Make Better Decisions During Crisis

From Wikipedia:  A crisis (from the Greek κρίσις – krisis; plural: “crises”; adjectival form: “critical”) is any event that is going (or is expected) to lead to an unstable  and dangerous situation unstable and dangerous situation affecting an individual, group, community, or whole society. Crises are deemed to be negative changes in the security, economic, […]


Pulitzer-Prize Winning Journalist Laurie Garrett Reiterates Dire Importance of Clear Communication Now

From Nicole Schuman, writing in PR News… Laurie Garrett, a Pulitzer-prize winning science journalist and author, and one of the most prolific voices regarding coronavirus news, gave the keynote speech at last week’s PRSA Icon, the organization’s annual international conference. Garrett delivered a detailed timeline of the progression of coronavirus, paying close attention to the […]


Creating Hitchhikers Not Hijackers in Your Virtual Meetings

From Kevin Eikenberry, writing in Leadership & Learning about something we’ve all experienced, especially spending so much time on videoconferencing… Long before a pandemic, when many of our meetings were in person, meetings were often riddled with inefficiency and frustration. The shift to virtual meetings hasn’t made it better. While there are many causes of […]


Lessons in Law Firm Reputation Management: How Firm Leaders Should Prepare for Public Scrutiny When Representing Political Clients

Less than a week after Election Day, two BigLaw firms were targeted by The Lincoln Project for the legal work they’re doing in connection with President Trump’s refusal to concede the recent election. The attacks on the firms, their employees and clients have been creative, strategic, hard-hitting and from the conversations we’ve had with attorneys […]


The Business of Requiring Masks: Have a Plan, Communicate Clearly

By Thom Fladung, Hennes Communications Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, faced with escalating COVID-19 outbreaks across the state, has put businesses on notice: Require masks for employees and customers or risk being shut down. “As of today, every single one of our 88 counties has a high rate of virus spread, and areas of our state […]


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