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"Leaders should use intelligence in a targeted manner to win the influence wars."

Robert L. Dilenschneider, from the book, A Briefing for Leaders

Helping Corporations
Plan Ahead and
Communicate
Globally
Since its founding in 1991, The Dilenschneider Group has provided timely and thoughtful research on the important issues of the day. Client-centric reports about business, technology or financial situations are at the core of services that the Group provides a critical element for success.

The Group's biannual Trend Report takes a broad look at today's hot-button issues, any one of which could have a significant impact on society or business. With this perspective in mind, and based on discussions with literally hundreds of experts in diverse fields including business, finance, journalism, the arts, academia, and the non-profit sector whom we traditionally query, the Group identifies noteworthy trends. The Trend Reports ultimate focus is on critical thinking and how you might apply that in your life, your business or in whatever other pursuits you follow.
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
The "Back to Basics" Red Booklets

This series of booklet was created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Dilenschneider Group, which was founded in October, 1991, to serve corporate, institutional, organizational, and individual clients around the world. The overarching theme of the series, "Back to Basics", is designed to give our clients and friends a different perspective on some of the key managerial issues facing most business enterprises. We hope you will find them of interest.

A Quarter Century (1991-2016); The Words & The Deeds    new

The Imperative Of Valuing Loyalty    new

Kindness

Why Community Service Matters

Have You Done Enough?

The Art of Disagreement

C.I.V.I.L.I.T.Y (Different from A Return to Civility)

The Age of Apology

The Lost Art of Listening

Why Accountability Matters

Two Decades (1991-2011), The Words & The Deeds

Four Little Words That Help To Define A Winning Management Style

Five Mistakes People Make Reading Body Language – And Five Nonverbal Signals That Send Positive Messages

The Underappreciated Art Of Saying "Thank You"

A Return To Civility
Papers  

July 2010
The Age of Apology
May 2010
The Lost Art of Listening
May 2009
Four Simple Rules for the 21st Century
May 2009
C.I.V.I.L.I.T.Y
A Citizens' Solutions Guide Series
by Public Agenda, PublicAgenda.org

Education, Sept. 2012
The Federal Budget, May 2012
Immigration, Sept. 2012
Healthcare, Aug. 2012
Energy, June 2012
Jobs and The Economy, Sept. 2012
Civility in America
Essays from America's Thought Leaders
Year: 2011

In every sector of American society, civility has declined—from vicious political rhetoric to attacks in the blogosphere and lack of personal decency.

In 2011, The Dilenschneider Group sponsored a series of lectures on civility in conjunction with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

Collected in this volume are the thoughts of some of the nation's most insightful minds as they explore this crisis and offer their opinions as to how we can restore civility in society.

Featuring:
• HENRY KAUFMAN on Civility in the Financial Sector
• CHARLES OSGOOD on Civility in the Media
• JOHN BRADEMAS on Civility in Public Life
• STEVE FORBES on Civility in Corporate America
• PHILIP K. HOWARD on Civility in Society
• MICKEY EDWARDS on Civility in Politics With an introduction by Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC
Recent Reports

May 2017   new
Retaining Your Best Employees - Special Report
February 2017   new
Countering Online Criticism - Special Report
January 2017   new
Count on Massive Change - 54th Trend & Forecasting Report
September 2016
Gambling with History: America and the World Face a Decisive Moment
 
Gambling with History: America and the World Face a Decisive Moment
July 2016
The News And Social Media: Major Changes Shaping The Future
January 2016
A World At Risk - Trend/Forecasting Report
December 2015   
Europe: Risks and Opportunities After the Paris Attacks
December 2015   
The Economic and Demographic Reality of Hispanics in America; An Imperative for Growth
September 2015   
Coming Soon: A World We Never Expected - Hold On Tight
May 2015   
June, 2015: A Month that MAY Shake the US, and the World
February 2015   
Luxury Consumer Trend Report - 1st Quarter 2015
January 2015   
50th Trend & Forecasting Report
December 2014   
The China Letter, Unleashing China's Latent Consumerism
September 2014   
49th Trend & Forecasting Report
August 2014   
Cuba and the United States: Can Alternate Universes Find Common Ground?
June 2014   
Is the European Union Under Threat? New Election Results Raise a Danger Flag
June 2014   
The New Age of Longevity
April 2014   
The China Letter, To be Young in China
March 2014   
Eastern Europe: The Forgotten Frontier
January 2014   
The China Letter, A Look at Chinese Identity
January 2014   
Conflicting Agendas Are Shaping The Next Generation
September 2013
47th Trend & Forecasting Report
July 2013
The American Population: Here's What Is Coming
June 2013
The Turkish Protests Reveal A Country On The Verge of Major Transformation
January 2013
46th Trend & Forecasting Report
September 2012
45th Trend & Forecasting Report
July 2012
Today's Youth: Where are the jobs?
June 2012
Cutting Through The Clutter In Greece
March 2012
What Lies Ahead?
January 2012
44th Trend & Forecasting Report
January 2012
The Dictators
October 2011
The October Surprise
September 2011
43rd Trend & Forecasting Report
September 2010
41st Trend & Forecasting Report
June 2010
Implications of the BP Oil Spill
June 2010
Just About Out of Time
June 2010
2010 Midterm Elections
January 2010
"Change!": 40th Trend & Forecasting Report
November 2009
China: Rise of "The Middle Kingdom"
November 2009
The Changing Balance Between
Business and Government
September 2009
39th Trend & Forecasting Report
September 2009
Have We Hit Bottom Yet?
May 2009
Preparing for "Black Swan" Events
May 2009
The Party’s Over On Enforcement
March 2009
Tort Reform Movement Dead In The Water
February 2009
Economic Turmoil and Crime
January 2009
38th Trend & Forecasting Report
November 2008
Is Charity Ending At Home?
October 2008
The Board in A Crisis Economy
October 2008
Restoring Confidence in Turbulent Times
September 2008
37th Trend & Forecasting Report
May 2008
Communicating with Young People
March 2008
Can Sarkozy Succeed?
March 2008
A Shock To The System
January 2008
36th Trend & Forecasting Report
September 2007
35th Trend & Forecasting Report
August 2007
Did you know?
May 2007
After Private Equity
January 2007
34th Trend & Forecasting Report
November 2006
The Impact Of The Democratic Win On Business Interests
October 2006
The Many Facets of Google
 
Implications of North Korea's Nuclear Test
September 2006
33rd Trend & Forecasting Report
June 2006
July G8 Summit Special - Russia/US Relations & Business Implications
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