Page Turner Blog

Oct 07

The Making of a Movement

Arthur W. Page Society

By Carol Cone and Alana Burns A couple of weeks ago at the Page Annual Conference, we led a discussion on what it takes to create a movement. And the consensus was unanimous: it’s not easy. It’s especially challenging around the...

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Oct 07

Authentic Advocacy at ABB – From Almost Bizarre Bravado to All Back to Basics

Björn Edlund

Preparing for the honor of sharing defining professional experiences with my esteemed peers at the Annual Conference of the Arthur W. Page Society, I was struck once again by how much of a perfect storm we had faced at ABB Ltd about a decade...

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Sep 25

Communicating with Millennials: Important Tips for Today’s CCO

Sabrina Horn

Whether your employees include Millennials or you are targeting this unique audience in your outbound communications campaigns, it’s critical to understand what makes them tick and how to work with them. Understand your audience....

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Sep 12

Stakeholder Engagement – Lessons From Page’s Authentic Advocacy

Arthur W. Page Society

By Matt Gonring and Dave Samson As the Arthur W. Page Society’s namesake said – and we paraphrase here – companies earn their license to operate via the public’s approval. This approval is contingent upon (if not entirely...

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Sep 03

A Tipping Point for Public Relations Research and CCOs?

Mike Fernandez

Early in August, two friends of Page Society, Frank Ovaitt, the president and CEO of the Institute for Public Relations (IPR), and Don Stacks, Ph.D., a public relations professor at the University of Miami and a giant in the field of public...

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Aug 27

Remembering a Gentleman

Roger Bolton

I had worked for several congressmen, senators, cabinet members and, indirectly, for two presidents of the United States. But when I went to IBM as head of global media relations in 1991, John F. Akers was my first CEO. As many have remembered in...

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