Office Politics and Corporate Reputation
For decades, our profession’s most accomplished chief communications officers have usually been masterful politicians. Not only did they leverage strong relationships with their CEOs but they knew how to line up support when critical matters were debated.
The larger an organization, the more difficult it is to achieve this level of influence. It doesn’t happen by accident. So what should communicators do to strengthen their political muscles?
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