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18th February 2019

Bezos’s balls put Pecker on backfoot

The Bezos-Pecker dispute is a clash of the titans, and the Amazon CEO’s secret weapon is proactive communications.

18th January 2019

A failure to communicate is at the heart of the Abbey Theatre controversy

Organisational change is a journey. Failure to bring your stakeholders with you creates a climate of confusion, discontent, and long-term instability.

19th December 2018

A new era of identity

We live in an era of identity. To survive, brands, politicians and organisations must anchor their comms activity in core convictions or else stay away from challenging issues.

28th March 2018

An unfortunate—and avoidable—end to the SCU

After just six months, the die has been cast for the Government’s Strategic Communications Unit

03rd March 2018

The Irish have a powerful ability to sniff out claptrap

There’s a lesson in the scandal surrounding the Project 2040 communications strategy.

FORA – 3 MARCH 2018

10th January 2018

Reputation is about managing stress as much as media

Being a leader is stressful. Many responsibilities rest on your shoulders. 

24th November 2017

5 questions you should ask before saying yes to a media interview request

For many, the lure of the TV camera can be hard to resist

12th September 2017

The benefits of Leo’s new SCU

How the Government communicates with its citizens and positions Ireland in the world is crucial. 

14th June 2017

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s new Cabinet

Today marks the election of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and, in many ways, the beginning of a new epoch in Irish politics.