FULL-CYCLE COMMUNICATION Full-cycle communication has a bottom line impact on any organization. Leaders at all levels can improve employee engagement and financial performance by learning the essential skills and exhibiting the enabling behaviors that create strong, resilient and successful organizations. Know more    FULL-CYCLE COMMUNICATION Full-cycle communication has a bottom line impact on any organization. Leaders at all levels can improve employee engagement and financial performance by learning the essential skills and exhibiting the enabling behaviors that create strong, resilient and successful organizations. Know more   

Full-Cycle Communication

Whether you are leading ten or ten thousand, being a full-cycle communicator builds an engaged, empowered and resilient workforce that makes a bottom line, dollars and cents difference to your organization.

Crisis Planning, Exercises & Response

Every organization has vulnerabilities and risks that can threaten their future. Preparing for the most likely and worst-case scenarios is the difference between chaotic or disciplined response to crises.

Media Readiness

Getting the most out of your media engagements means being ready. Measuring key vital signs and developing simple skills will let you stop playing defense and play offense on your terms.

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Mike’s novel “On the Hot Seat”, published in July 2020, is a satirical view of the how-to and how-not-to of public relations.