The sexist language in US Soccer’s brief defending itself against a wage discrimination lawsuit highlights why Public Relations must be… Read more US Soccer’s Legal Team Ignores PR, and Hurts Their Own Case
You ever have a meeting that you dreaded? The one you kept putting off as long as you could? The… Read more My PRSA Article on Preparing for the Tough Meeting You’d Rather Not Have
The season-long suspensions of the Astros GM and field manager stemming from baseball’s investigation of their use of technology to… Read more My O’Dwyer’s Article on the Astros Sign-Stealing Scandal
PRSay, the communications blog of PRSA, has posted my latest piece “What to Do When Your Internal Communications Goes External.”… Read more When Internal Communications Goes External
In the February, 2019 issue of PRSA’s Strategies & Tactics, I discuss the dangers of using the wrong story or… Read more Is Your AMAZING Story the Right One for Your Talk?
In Can a Reputation be Restored in 2019?, on O’Dwyers PR News website, I analyze whether it’s possible for someone… Read more Can You Restore Your Rep in 2019?
The July issue of O’Dwyers magazine, which celebrates the newsletter’s 50th anniversary, includes my article about how media training has changed in… Read more My O’Dwyers Magazine Article “Media Training: Then and Now”
My article “Expert Opinion: Working With Executives Who Know Too Much,” appears in the July 2018 issue of PRSA’s Strategies and… Read more My PRSA Strategies and Tactics Article: “Expert Opinion: Working With Executives Who Know Too Much”
The deplorable late-night racist Twitter rampage that cost Roseanne Barr her show (I will not dignify it by providing a… Read more How Sanofi Won the Roseanne Debacle
Sam Nunberg’s two in-person interviews (on CNN and MSNBC), and his phone-in to Katy Tur, were classic counter-examples of how… Read more If Sam Nunberg Were My Client