Shaking Up His Communications Staff Won’t Solve Trump’s Biggest Problems Washington Examiner
The blaming, firing and resigning of communications people in the White House won’t solve the problems of Russia or knock out the impeachment chatter. Especially when the problems have been created by President Trump himself. Taking blame for things beyond your control has become a job requirement for today’s communications pros. Read the full article
Charisma & Damage Control at Tesla CNBC
Appearing on CNBC’s Squawk Box to discuss the Tesla accident impact, Eric Dezenhall says charismatic visionaries such as Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are granted passes because they “crank out cool stuff.” When asked about Musk’s Twitter war with Fortune, Dezenhall says that Musk will fare better than a CEO of a more traditional publicly […]
Wall Street’s Image Problem CNBC
CNBC asks Eric Dezenhall if Wall Street needs to rebrand its image after the primary voting exit polls in New York revealed that many Democrats and Republicans agreed Wall Street hurts the economy more than helps. Watch the video or read the article from the CNBC website
What Volkswagen Is Doing Right and Wrong to Address Its Diesel Scandal Automobile Magazine
Eric Dezenhall is quoted in Automobile Magazine about what Volkswagen is doing to manage its diesel emissions scandal.
Volkswagen Recall: Repairing The Carmaker’s Reputation Will Take Years And Won’t Be Fixed By Firing The CEO International Business Times
The Volkswagen scandal will take years for the company to fix its reputation. It’s much more complicated that just firing the CEO.
Hillary Clinton’s Foggy Mountain Breakdown Huffington Post
The Clinton email crisis is two-fold: bad facts and prior Clinton scandals. It’s not about the mishandling of damage control, which he feels is a diagnostic error for which pundits cite the “bungling” of the “handling” as the key reason for the mess.
When Moguls Collide With Politics Huffington Post
Eric Dezenhall looks at how what makes a successful mogul does not necessarily make a successful politician with Presidential pursuits.
Lion-killer dentist: Can his practice survive this? Headline News
Headline News interviewed Eric for his insight on the viral public reaction to Walter Palmer, the dentist who killed Cecil the lion and ensuing backlash to his dental practice.
Defining Damage Control in the Breach Epoch Huffington Post
Eric Dezenhall blogs about how the technology breaches over the last few weeks have replaced product recalls as the crisis management challenges of our present.
Martha Stewart’s Damage Control Win Huffington Post
Martha Stewart, a crisis management success story. Her brand took a hit, but she kept it under control and that’s why it’s called “damage control”.