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The Dilenschneider Group, Inc.
We provide to a limited and select few access to the finest communications professionals in the world, with experience in fields ranging from mergers and acquisitions and crisis communications to marketing, government affairs and international media. Our objectives are to bring our clients a level of communications counsel, creativity and an exposure to networks and contacts not available elsewhere.

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How To Network Successfully When You're Over 40
July 9, 2013

Robert L. Dilenschneider contributes to
Next Avenue an excerpt from his book "The Critical 2nd Phase of Your Professional Life: Keys to Success From Age 35 to 50", an article also picked up by Forbes.

Read it on Next Avenue and Forbes.
Check out the book now on Amazon.


Robert L. Dilenschneider:
My father, my hero
June 16, 2013

Many of us hold our parents as heroic figures. Robert L. Dilenschneider recounts in an editorial for Fox News how his father gave him his first true lessons in ethics, civility, good parenting and what made him a personal hero.

Read this editorial on Fox News.


Robert L. Dilenschneider: Leader to Leader
March 14, 2013

Robert L. Dilenschneider contributes to "Leader to Leader", an award-winning quarterly journal that brings leaders together to address the strategic issues we face in these trying times. His article is entitled "Elevating Our Standards For Civility Leadership".

Read the article here.
More on Leader to Leader.


Publications


Latest Reports
May 2015
June, 2015: A Month that MAY Shake the US, and the World


More reports and studies by The Dilenschneider Group here


DGI Press  

"Occasional Papers" Series

Our new series entitled "Occasional Papers" covers subjects of special significance to the times we live in.

We open with “The War Between Optimism & Pessimism”, which is particularly timely since it explores the ongoing conflict between those who view the march of technological innovation as healthy for the U.S. economy and those who fear it is a job-destroying danger to our future.

The author, Joel Kurtzman, is a Senior Consultant to The Dilenschneider Group, a Senior Fellow at the Milken Institute, and a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School. We think you will find his piece thought-provoking as well as informative.

The War Between Optimism
& Pessimism    new
Announcements


We are relocating!

As of May 1, The Dilenschneider Group offices will be located on the 57th floor of the Chrysler Building.

Our new Address:
405 Lexington Avenue, 57th floor,
New York, NY 10174

Phone: 212.922.0900
Fax: 212.922.0971
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