It has been fun to see response to this blog. Sadly.. I have been a little lax in awarding prizes. Sorry! But let me get caught up.
The February comment prize goes to Sean McPhetridge. He writes in response to a post about communicating to instill fear vs. communicating to instill calm.
The January prize goes to Jeb Buffinton writing in response to a post titled “The Hardest Part About Communicating: Listening.”
December’s prize goes to Heather Zenone writing in response to a post on the role of communications in creating culture.
The prize: each can choose from one of the the following books:
- Made to Stick, Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die, by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
- Outliers, The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell
- Inside Steve’s Brain, by Wired’s Leander Kahney
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Barak – I’m thrilled! I’d like to thank the members of the Academy…
Glad to have contributed to the debate.
Just back from 2 weeks of head-clearing travel, have been giving our project some thought, and will shortly get an idea breakdown to you for discussion.
“Outliers” looks interesting.
outliers is yours! and i can’t wait to talk
Well, I don’t think I can beat Sean Penn’s award speech, but I AM looking forward to equal rights for all.
Now that I have the required political part out of the way, both “Made to Stick” and “Outliers” are on my reading list. So I’m happy with either.
Working on a new project. Miss UnaMesa. Hope you are happy, healthy, and well!