Why are corporate communicators invisible?

Author and management guru Bob Prosen wrote a book in which he spent a great deal of time imploring managers to communicate. But he never once mentioned corporate communicators. Why?

Author and management guru Bob Prosen wrote a book in which he spent a great deal of time imploring managers to communicate. But he never once mentioned corporate communicators. Why?

Last week, we ran a story of a new study by Weber Shandwick and Spencer Stuart showing that CCOs working for firms in Fortune’s “Most Admired Companies” list enjoyed closer relationships with their CEOs, longer tenures and less interference from officers in closely-allied departments than CCOs in lower-ranked companies.

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