When Is It OK to Respond “No Comment” to a Reporter?

No comment

To comment or not to comment

The conventional wisdom for media interviews is that you never say “no comment” when a reporter asks you a question you can’t or don’t want to answer.

You Must Answer the Question

Of course, you can’t give the journalist confidential organization information, or remark during the very

If the Audience Isn’t Ready for Your Message Watch Out for the Tomatoes

You’ve probably never been on the receiving end of rotten tomatoes thrown at you by a hostile audience. But most presenters have had the unfortunate experience of starting to speak and sensing the audience’s hostility. It’s palpable. So do you ignore it and just push ahead with your presentation?

Timing is Crucial

Timing

Be Your Authentic Self When Speaking on an Internal Video

Be Your Authentic Self

Your personal appearance, advance preparation and strong talking points are key when you’re delivering a presentation or meeting with a reporter.

These things are just as important when you’re giving a presentation in an internal video to your company’s employees. The key is to be authentic. Believe it or

I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar!

The Future Is Female

This post first appeared in SpinSucks, September 22, 2020

On Friday, Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away. I’m not Jewish, but I grew up Mormon and I’ve always felt the two religions were fairly close in their beliefs, particularly in how they live their lives. The major difference, of course, is Mormons are Christian.