There’s little doubt that, like many things in politics, different Americans watching Saturday evening’s speeches from President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris had different emotions. But as we turn the corner from an unprecedented moment in our history, communicators have a chance to seize on the tone of the incoming President as they look to pivot their strategies.
Let’s face it. Corporate America has been walking on eggshells for weeks. Executives have been toeing the fine line between the need to communicate to employees and external audiences and the valid concern of stirring up the ire of
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