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Bob Pickard
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.@HarshaXXI This morning's front page in Singapore is alas an apt appraisal and warning about American power in Asia pic.twitter.com/b4rXGRKr1D
How people ‘personify’ corporations the way they think and talk about them: nyti.ms/1GIIfxh | Impact on comms? pic.twitter.com/awRKyE2ivB
"Communication is the real work of leadership” — Nitin Nohria pic.twitter.com/jL9jwmdXnR
'Emojineering' the psychology of emojis for persuasion communication: bit.ly/1dyPTx2 | via @courtneyseiter pic.twitter.com/juQQfFvZz6
Are PR stars born or made? asks @dorocren: bit.ly/1Qr0fAJ | Also: "ability to deal with chaotic change" pic.twitter.com/NO3D7GOvSV
Law firms’ partners slow to try Twitter: bit.ly/1QNZqwL | Professional services chiefs could be more ‘social' pic.twitter.com/eezOcSFYMp
Twilight times for telephone voice mail: n.pr/1dxFvFL | Yet voice features are thriving on mobile chat apps pic.twitter.com/asszdHH08H
TV still dominates media consumption in Asia, @roymorganonline study suggests: bit.ly/1S3i7PA via @mumbrella pic.twitter.com/QyuWPaYX9w
To be effective, climate change communication must be more clear and compelling than this m.phys.org/news/2015-06-c… pic.twitter.com/Xbka4LdlcR
Countries are building digital capacity at uneven rates: bit.ly/1IsgOoN pic.twitter.com/wHGi4imWxi
The persuasiveness of central positioning: instagram.com/p/3ncJ-nxcLC/ | I did not know this, but reckon it makes sense pic.twitter.com/FME4TZqxzf
What Silicon Valley can learn from Seoul: nyti.ms/1JzBJYP | If 'the teacher' can adopt a student's attitude pic.twitter.com/XmNEnwjVde
"Publicity can be terrible. But only if you don't have any." - Jane Russell pic.twitter.com/3ZC3CKMKjV
A bright morning's light is filtered through the trees overhead: instagram.com/p/3hxbS6xcAD/ pic.twitter.com/sQmLozioxi
Why signing emails with 'best' is actually worst: on.mash.to/1SZuzkQ | It's passé now, but signing is still ideal pic.twitter.com/SSIY6spL35
I'm learning a lot from the 'Think with Google' newsletter; today, it's about 'micro-moments' bit.ly/1IepXRP pic.twitter.com/TGDYb8BRW2
The cognitive consequences of formal clothing: bit.ly/1GjxGRe | Impact on image pic.twitter.com/N3kZ838Oop
Is the deadly India heat wave a glimpse into Earth’s future? bit.ly/1BFcQnO | It does seem alarmingly likely pic.twitter.com/HzGUUAKQlO
“Without publicity there can be no public support, and without public support every nation must decay” — Disraeli pic.twitter.com/SMvUIR0hEP
A world of languages, and how many speak them: bit.ly/1FbFUnz | International communicators take note pic.twitter.com/H4evFSUvSp
The influence of personality type in predicting social media posting style: bit.ly/1JV8Dn0 pic.twitter.com/rJUWIP48S4
80% of CEOs from world’s top companies on social media: bit.ly/1SzlTS9 | Asia lags but will come on strong pic.twitter.com/FndW873N3k
How BlackBerry 'lost the signal' is outlined in a new book: nyti.ms/1er0fQ8 | Written by @globeandmail journos pic.twitter.com/jlquldpcAp
A new video explains and illustrates @RobertCialdini's six principles of persuasion: bit.ly/1FyYEkg pic.twitter.com/YjyaBYqqYy




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