Is it time to retire the press conference?

Naomi Osaka

Pricing How it works Case studies Log in Create free account PricingHow it worksLog in Is it time for the press conference to retire? By Jared Thompson | Sept. 16, 2021 It’s noon on Monday; time for a free lunch. That’s what weekly football team press conferences felt like when I was working in the…

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How to successfully onboard new software in your organization

Organizations are always evolving. As new technologies, employees and challenges emerge, it becomes essential to review and modify processes that foster collaboration, execution and efficiency. Many times, adopting new software can enhance workflows but it comes with the challenge of gaining acceptance and use among your employees in a systematic and useful way.

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SPORT vs. COVID

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Athletes and the media: We need to talk

Naomi Osaka’s decision to skip press conferences at the French Open – and ultimately skip the tournament itself – put a spotlight on the pressures both athletes and the media are under. When powerful stories are shared through the media, it’s a win for all of us. But those stories rarely emerge from press conferences. So, why have so many sporting organisations persisted with them?

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