Tag Archives: respect

We didn’t have the ‘green’ thing back then!

I was sent this the other day. One of those round-robin email jobbies. I enjoyed it so much, though, that I thought I’d share it here: “At the supermarket checkout the young cashier suggested to the older customer that she … Continue reading

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Podium people

I’ve taken part in, and eavesdropped on, several wonderful discussions recently about whether Aussie PM Julia Gillard is a nasty person because she didn’t show much emotion about the Queensland floods in front of the cameras, and whether Queensland premier … Continue reading

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Respect starts at home

What is it about public relations that means everyone is an expert? Go into any organisation and I bet you won’t find executives over-riding the lawyers or the accountants. But all bets are off when it comes to the public … Continue reading

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