Best-selling author Ron Carucci joins The Business Communicators to discuss current issues impacting businesses (environmental, social and governance) and recent research that culminated into his upcoming book, To Be Honest, that reveals what it takes to build purpose-driven companies of honesty and justice.
Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos wrote his final letter to shareholders last week offering clear insight about the customer experience, efficiency, long-term thinking, managing crisis and more. What are the key takeaways for comms pros and business leaders? Then, should CEOs get involved in discussing hot-button political and social issues? If so, how far are they willing to go to affect change?
The Business Communicators takes listeners to the moon this week with two high-profile guests: Edelman’s Tonia Ries, and 10-year NFL veteran Emmanuel Sanders.
Ries joins the show to discuss the annual Edelman Trust Barometer and why mistrust rose to the occasion in 2020. Then, Sanders joins to share insights into his all-pro career, why he’s using journaling as a tool to enhance his creativity, and his picks for the Super Bowl.
What’s the winning game plan for business success, and how does effective communication impact the outcome? Jamey Rootes, President of the Houston Texans and international best-selling author of The Winning Game Plan, joins The Business Communicators to drop some knowledge about the quintessential leadership playbook for continuous business success. Jamey also discusses his close relationship with former Texans’ owner Bob McNair, and why you don’t need to reinvent the wheel when you can “rip off & do better.”
It’s election week and season three, episode one of The Business Communicators is here! Austin Staton, Hattie Horn and Thomas Baen discuss the controversy clouding Joe Rogan’s podcast, why reputation is paramount for world leaders and corporations, and the evolving nature of influencer advertising.