The one who frames the debate, wins the debate. And, right now there is only one candidate who is framing the debate in terms that matter most to voters.
In this special episode of HearSay, join Pile of Scrap host John Sacco as he engages with communication expert Michael Maslansky where they explore the rebranding of the recycled materials industry.
With so much fear around AI and how it will be used, it’s easy for people to assume the worst. If you’re a company building AI into your products or services, it’s crucial to focus on what the benefit is to your customers to overcome fear and build trust.
How can companies use language to overcome fear and build trust in AI? In this episode, we dive into the rapidly changing world of AI and explore how companies should be talking about it.
In this episode of Hearsay, Michael Maslansky, Will Howard, and Keith Yazmir discuss the delicate balance of serving stakeholders while remaining authentic and credible.
The battle over ESG is in full view and is the center of the latest culture war, with many companies caught in the middle. But does the public really oppose the substance of ESG? Or is this just a case of mistaken identity? And can companies find a way forward without risking the wrath of the newly emboldened right?
In this episode of HearSay, Michael Maslansky, Lee Carter, and guest Will Howard cover new research on the language of ESG and how companies can find a path forward that serves stakeholders and customers on both sides of the political aisle.
Partner Ben Feller shares why being “inside baseball” helped him appreciate why understanding audiences matters so much for those navigating D.C. communications.
In this episode of HearSay, guest Ori Ben Yishai, a partner at Viewpoint Ventures, talks about the intellectually honest approach to insights and how to use what you learn to build language strategy that drives results.
In this episode of HearSay, Senior Vice President Maria Boos shares her insights on the impact of customer communications, why so many companies struggle to get them right, and how to make them work for you, not against you.