Brazilian Health Expeditions: Guardians of the Forest

Brazilian Health Expeditions: Guardians of the Forest

Expedicionários da Saúde is a Brazilian NGO that provides assistance to indigenous communities in regions far from the Amazon, performing surgeries and quality treatments so that t ...

The Age of Emotional Resonance: The New Creative Leap

The Age of Emotional Resonance: The New Creative Leap

By Pascal Beucler, SVP & Chief Strategy Officer, MSLGROUP The choice of winners at major festivals in 2016 confirmed that ‘emotion’ is climbing up the ladder of priorities for ...

Responsive & Responsible Leadership: A Media Trainer’s Point Of View

Responsive & Responsible Leadership: A Media Trainer’s Point Of View

By Melody Kimmel, Senior Vice President and Training Program Lead, MSLGROUP Responsive and responsible leadership requires both sides of the brain. It also means properly understan ...

Finding the Signal in the Noise: Responsive & Responsible Leadership

Finding the Signal in the Noise: Responsive & Responsible Leadership

By Peter Steere, Chairman, EMEA, MSLGROUP The best outcome a leader can hope for is to be able to create the space and environment for his or her co-workers to be heroes. One thing ...

Responsive & Responsible Leadership In Action

Responsive & Responsible Leadership In Action

By Guillaume Herbette, Global CEO, MSLGROUP In his recent op-ed, my colleague Nigel Salter, CEO of Salterbaxter MSLGROUP, placed the onus on business to mend the gap it has with so ...

Why The Gap Between Business & Society Needs to be Closed

Why The Gap Between Business & Society Needs to be Closed

By Nigel Salter, CEO, Salterbaxter MSLGROUP The role of business in society and the need for it to step up is more important than ever. Yet, right now, the voice of business, our i ...

Infographic: Food’s Power To Transcend In 2017

Infographic: Food’s Power To Transcend In 2017

By Steve Bryant, Director, Food & Beverage Marketing; Managing Director, MSLGROUP Seattle This article first appeared on: The Holmes Report And after the onslaught of discord a ...

The World is Less Global than You Think

By Helen Calthrop-Owen, Director of Technology, MSLGROUP London. Tech companies are looking overseas to grow revenue but history shows even the largest brands can struggle internationally. Starbucks floundered in Australia due to preference for local boutique coffee houses; eBAY struggled in Asia, due in large part to competition from Taobao; and Tesco took its eye off the home market while trying to make i ...

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Politicians Must Get their Hands Dirty for a Successful Energiewende

By Florian Wastl, Director, MSLGROUP in Germany Vital reform passed, but mixed signals by politicians continue to pose a threat to the Energiewende Germany Corrects Its Failing Policy on Renewables With Germany’s new grand coalition government in place, the Energiewende seems to be back on track: A far-reaching, and long-overdue, reform of the country’s Renewable Energies Act or Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz ...

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A Deep Dive Into Brazil’s Mensalão Scandal

The Monthly Payment Scandal: 'Mensalão' In 2005, the biggest corruption scandal in Lula's administration exploded. Known as the "monthly payment scheme," it brought down some of the main leaders of the PT and its allied parties. The scandal involved buying votes from Congressmen and misappropriating public funds as part of a scheme that included a number of banks and advertising agencies. Those dragged into ...

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A Program Makes Me A Better Leader

By Rashi Mehrotra, Account Manager, MSLGROUP It was from 29 – 31 May 2014 that 22 members from MSLGROUP Asia came together in Mumbai in hope of answers to their challenges at work and to imbibe tips for being accomplished leaders. Trust me, none of them went back disappointed. They were brimming with fresh ideas to tackle their hurdles, an invigorated approach to problem solving and a strong connection amon ...

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Infographic: Content Marketing in the UK: Trends and Insights

By Jason Frank, Joint Managing Director, SAS As the internet grows under the burden of more and more content, how do organisations navigate their way through the noise? MSLGROUP set out to understand how organisations feel about content marketing, what resources they have available to create it and how they think it will evolve. We asked 100 top tier communications professionals from a range of complex glob ...

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Indian Mompreneurs Using Digital Tools to Click

By Amrita Choudhary, Associate Director-Content, MSLGROUP PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi made a controversial assertion recently. Women can’t have it all, she said, sparking off a storm. Many condemned her statement as regressive, while others said she was merely stating a harsh reality. Whatever the merits of the statement – Nooyi is widely considered to be among the world’s most powerful women, making all that s ...

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The Art of Apology

By Simon Brooks, Senior Account Director, Corporate Communications, MSLGROUP London Social media and rolling news can break reputations near instantaneously – and this applies to everyone, including those who should be reporting the news. Due to their always on nature, social and 24 hour news media are frequently cited as reputational risks for companies. It is more unusual to see a journalist be the one to ...

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Women’s Forum: Building the Business Case for Diversity

By Véronique Morali, President, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society Back in 2005, at the first Women’s Forum Global Meeting in Deauville, France, one of our speakers got a big laugh by daring to suggest a woman might some day become mayor of Paris. A decade later, a woman is mayor of Paris, and the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society has become the world’s leading platform for women and men of i ...

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ON Energy Report: Rising to the Challenge

By Nick Bastin, Managing Director, Capital MSL and Head of MSLGROUP EMEA Energy Practice The European energy landscape is evolving at a rapid pace and many of the accepted norms have been challenged and abandoned. A few years ago, who would have imagined a world where shale is rewriting geopolitics, where solar and wind are supplanting coal in Germany, or where there are serious concerns over the lights sta ...

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2014 Brazil Election: Public Demonstrations And Political Broadcasts

Public Demonstrations In June of last year, Brazil's major cities saw a number of demonstrations directed at politicians who were vigorously criticized, causing alarm and debate across the country. The demonstrations were fueled by a wide range of concerns, with people protesting against the lack of healthcare, transportation, education and against political corruption. The protests took place at the same t ...

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