Category Archives: internal comms

“Enjoy your lunch”: Pope Francis shows CEOs how it’s done

It seems the Vatican has a media rock star on its hands. Pope Francis is, from the earliest moments of his Papacy, displaying communication skills the Catholic Church has long been in dire need of. His early teachings extend way … Continue reading

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There’s a creaking and a rumbling up north

Real plans to expand an oil refinery and an electricity network. Realised plans to turn Whangarei into this country’s first fully UFB-enabled city. Ambitious plans to create a $125 million data centre. Rumoured plans to lobby for a deepwater port … Continue reading

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Are you listening?

I’m irked by how frequently the term public relations is used to mean publicity and associated with profile-raising antics designed solely for headline impact. This week the New Zealand Herald carried a piece about an Auckland property for sale, belonging … Continue reading

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