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The nuances of a public apology

A public apology is a tool to allow the story to move into the next phase sooner rather than later — whatever that phase might hold in store for the accused.

7 ways to dominate office politics

You might hate office politics and that is understandable. Still, that perspective might be holding you back. Instead, you should make it a powerful skill.

Many brands have zero true fans

The insight that should hit some community managers like a ton of bricks is that many brands have ZERO true fans.

Series review: The Loudest Voice (Showtime)

Anyone interested in public affairs, crisis communication, and political power will definitely gasp at the absurdity by which one single man can influence such a large numbers of people by using non-ethical propaganda techniques.

Craving more — creating an illusion of scarcity

The principle of scarcity is well-defined in scientific literature. Scarcity makes us want rare things more — simply because they are fewer.