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What Villanova Basketball Can Teach Us About Managing Reputation

Let me start with an important disclosure: I am an unabashed Villanova Fan, a card carrying Wildcat for Life. So I am biased when I say Villanova is the absolute best basketball team in the country this year, no matter what happens tonight. But that bias doesn’t make the reputation lessons offered by Villanova any…

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Apple/Justice Dept. Battle is Ideological (Not PR) Struggle

Admin’s Note: Carreen Winters recently discussed this issue in The Wall Street Journal’s Crisis of the Week blog which is available here. Apple’s high-stakes showdown with the Justice Department in the iPhone hack case is far more than a PR battle. It’s a deep-rooted ideological issue pitting privacy against national security, where PR plays a…

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Will 2016 Be The Year Of The Woman (Again)?

2015 was heralded the “Year of the Woman”  as General Motors’ Mary Barra, Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer and Xerox’s Ursula Burns guided their respective companies through corporate transformations. Meanwhile, two of the Big Four accounting firms now have female CEOs (including MWW’s client Deloitte, led by Cathy Englebert). And two women are running for President –…

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Corporate Reputations to Watch in 2016

The 2016 election campaign has focused the nation’s attention on the future of the President of the United States as the commander-in-chief and both leader of the free world and keeper of the flame on the nation’s reputation. There is a definitive link between the reputation and profile of a leader/CEO and the reputation of…

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What does your company’s dress code do for your reputation?

Summer is here – temperatures are rising, and so are the hemlines. As a proud product of Catholic School, I’ve always been a fan of “the uniform” – makes morning decision making easy and you never have to worry about looking appropriate. And the good Sisters at my all girls Catholic school swore that there…

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Bully Be Gone

Admin’s Note: This is a guest post from JP Schuerman, EVP and General Manager of MWW’s Western Region. Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to meet Jane Clementi, the stalwart mother – and now anti-bullying advocate – of Tyler Clementi, the bright-eyed co-ed who was bullied to suicide by his roommate, who deemed it appropriate…

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International Women’s Day: Lessons in Leadership from the Women of MWW

March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD), a holiday that celebrates the achievements of women worldwide and inspires the next generation of women to make their mark on the world. At MWW, we believe in our #fearless female leadership, who continuously make it happen for our clients on a daily basis. In honor of IWD,…

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Is It Time to Stop Talking About Millennials in the Workplace?

Every day, we are inundated with news articles, infographicsand studies about Millennials in the workplace, and the challenges of managing them.  Millennials are lazy, entitled, disloyal…or a contrarian view that Millennials are more career-driven, more qualified and in some way better than any generation entering the workforce. Funny, I’ve heard that narrative about the disenfranchised,…

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The 5 Things We Can All Learn From a CEO’s First 100 Days

One of the things I enjoy the most about my job is working with CEOs as they embark on a new leadership journey.  A new CEO gets a blank page, a fresh start – and the opportunity to decide what he or she wants to stand for as a leader, and to impact an entire…

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The Connection Between Happiness and Success

MWW recently held an annual leadership retreat – where we came together for two days to collaborate on priorities, define (and re-define) goals for our company and refresh relationships as a team.  We were fortunate to have support from some experts and facilitators who began with a very simple, but bold statement.  Happy people =…

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