The authorities finally arrested a suspect in the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Key evidence includes the suspect’s having admitted to his involvement in the murder over the years in his memoir, in discussions with associates, and on YouTube. These things are what are known in the sleuthing trade as clues.
Loved this piece. Reminds me of one of the key messages I share when counseling business leaders on their communications approach. The acronym is W.A.I.T.
Why Am I Talking.
I might even have stolen this from Eric, I can't recall.
My point is about listening more than talking. But the principle rings true in crisis situations. Resisting the urge to talk is a strategic skill in multiple situations.
Nailed it. I loved being part of a discreet crisis/issues management team. But the concept evolved away from my professional preferences.