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Jean Chrétien 90 岁 仍然充满动力 始终乐观

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让·克雷蒂安 (Jean Chrétien) 90 岁时:仍然充满动力,始终乐观

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-jean-chretien-at-90-still-driven-always-optimistic/

彼得·多诺洛 2024 年 1 月 11 日

Peter Donolo 于 1991 年至 1999 年间担任 Jean Chrétien 的传播总监。

上周,我打电话给我的老老板,祝他“新年快乐”。“彼得,我会给你回电话,”那是数百万加拿大人都熟悉的沙哑声音。 “我和我的教练在一起。”

如果不是来自于 1 月 11 日度过了 90 岁生日的人,这句话并没有什么值得注意的地方。但随后,让·克雷蒂安 (Jean Chrétien) 正大步迈入他的第十个十年,就像他跨过前九个十年一样:眼睛直视前方。 活在当下。 着眼于未来。

无论以何种标准衡量,这都是加拿大最非凡的故事之一。 他出生于魁北克省沙维尼根的一个工人阶级家庭,在 19 个孩子中排行第 18 个。在肯尼迪入主白宫期间,他首次当选为国会议员,抵达渥太华后,他只能说几句话英语,他继续 将他在三位总理手下担任部长的岁月和担任总理的十年结合起来,成为加拿大历史上任职时间最长的内阁部长。 他的公共生活贯穿了我们现代国家的诞生; 事实上,从 20 世纪 80 年代努力为加拿大人提供《权利和自由宪章》,到十年后带领加拿大摆脱废墟的悬崖,他发挥了关键作用。

政治上有一条公理:熟悉会招致蔑视。 然而,正是加拿大人对克雷蒂安先生的熟悉以及由此产生的内在信任,促使他们在 30 年前这个国家最黑暗的时刻转向了这张熟悉的面孔。 我们的经济是一场灾难,我们的财政状况导致《华尔街日报》将我们的国家称为“第三世界的荣誉成员”。 更糟糕的是,草率的宪法策略破坏了国家团结,并将对魁北克分裂主义的支持推向了前所未有的水平。

为什么加拿大人相信克雷蒂安先生能够扭转局面? 他们感受到了一种严肃、常识性的方法。 他不是一位看不起他们的领导者,而是一位理解他们的领导者。 他和他们来自同一个地方。 更重要的是,他从未忘记自己来自哪里。 他们从远处感受到的东西是我和其他为他工作的人近距离看到的东西。 这就是克雷蒂安先生的特点——他在公开场合和私下都是一样的:卷起袖子,务实。 他非常严肃地对待公职的责任,但他从不认真对待自己。 有些方面他们不会看到:他对挑战的敏锐、分析方法,总是提前思考几步; 基于一生的公共服务,他对政府有着深刻的了解; 他对机构深表敬意。 但这些只是增加了加拿大人对他的了解,而不是与之相矛盾。

克雷蒂安先生有一种与生俱来的平衡感。 他始终脚踏实地。 毫无疑问,他一生中已故的挚爱艾琳·克雷蒂安(Aline Chrétien)确保了这一点,他经常将她称为“直布罗陀的磐石”。 他生活中的一切——食物、饮料,尤其是性情——都很适度。 他的其他原则? 保持运动和活跃:还记得他总是一次走两层楼梯吗? 保持联系:在任期间,他听取了顾问的意见,但他更仔细地听取了国会议员以及他在全国各地认识的数百名人士的意见。 不要进行微观管理:专注于大问题并将权力委托给有能力的部长和官员。 乐观:不要害怕未来,拥抱未来。 并享受很多乐趣。 他作为总理做到了。 他仍然这样做。 正如他的三位继任者都发现的那样,他让总理的工作看起来比实际上更容易。

克雷蒂安先生在担任总理的十年间所带来的转变是真实而持久的。 仅财政清理就意味着历届政府有更多选择,并缓冲了加拿大人免受 2008 年全球金融危机和 COVID-19 大流行等经济冲击的影响。 2000年的《澄清法案》遏制了分裂主义浪潮,保障了我们联邦的未来。 对伊拉克入侵说不巩固了加拿大在一体化大陆经济中的主权。 研究和学习方面前所未有的投资规模将“人才流失”转变为人才引进。 他执政不仅是为了现在,也是为了未来。

克雷蒂安先生卸任已有二十年了。 但能量和动力仍然存在。 他可能不会一次爬两级楼梯,但他每天都去办公室,每年夏天都会回到他在莫里西地区的根源。 他对未来的乐观和信念比以往任何时候都更加强烈。

生日快乐,克雷蒂安先生! 这是一次很艰难的旅程。 为了你——也为了我们所有人。

反思让·克雷蒂安的职业生涯

CGAI 播客网络·全球交流:反思让·克雷蒂安 (Jean Chretien) 的职业生涯
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2024 年 1 月 9 日

在《全球交流》的这一集中,科林·罗伯逊、鲍勃·普拉蒙登和彼得·多诺洛一起讨论了让·克雷蒂安 (Jean Chretien) 在这位加拿大前总理即将迎来 90 岁生日之际的职业生涯。

听听科林之前与克雷蒂安先生的剧集:

“让·克雷蒂安 (Jean Chrétien) 谈‘我们现在生活在一个非常不同的世界’”(2020)

“与让·克雷蒂安阁下对话”(2021 年)

嘉宾:

Peter Donolo 是 CGAI 研究员。 他曾担任克雷蒂安先生的通讯总监,后来担任加拿大驻米兰总领事。
鲍勃·普拉蒙登 (Bob Plamondon) 是许多有关加拿大政治史的书籍的作者,其中包括《沙维尼根福克斯:让·克雷蒂安如何反抗精英并重塑加拿大》。 他目前正在写一本关于克雷蒂安领导风格的新书。
主持人:

科林·罗伯逊是前外交官和加拿大全球事务研究所的高级顾问。
阅读并观看:

“林肯计划”放映纪录片系列
《工艺:共济会如何创造现代世界》作者:约翰·迪基

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作为加拿大最有经验的传播策略师之一以及加拿大企业界和所有三级政府领导者的资深顾问,Peter 在传播和政府关系方面拥有超过 25 年的经验。

Peter 凭借对瞬息万变的舆论潮流和复杂的政府决策流程的了解,成为 H+K 高级管理层及其客户的高级顾问,专注于战略沟通和公众参与。

彼得拥有深入的知识,可以为面临重大转型挑战的客户提供咨询,涉及经济、我们现在吸引受众的方式以及我们如何在社会中共同生活。 他认识到制定正确的战略并组建最好的团队以取得可衡量的成果的重要性。

Peter 是 (G)irls 20、CIVIX 的董事,也是加拿大教育途径、多伦多贸易委员会和加拿大新闻基金会的前董事。

彼得最近担任安大略省政府政府间事务和通讯特别顾问。 他是加拿大历史上任职时间最长的总理通讯主任(总理让·克雷蒂安),曾担任私营和公共部门的高级管理人员,还作为高级外交官代表加拿大出国。

来自维基百科

Peter Donolo(生于 1959 年 10 月[1])是一位加拿大传播和政治战略家。 1993年至1999年,他担任总理让·克雷蒂安(Jean Chrétien)办公室的通讯主任,这是加拿大历史上任期最长的总理通讯主任。

他曾担任多伦多市长 Art Eggleton(1989-91 年)的公关顾问,并于 1991 年至 1993 年担任克雷蒂安领导下的反对党领袖办公室的公关总监。Donolo 负责自由党 1993 年成功选举的公关工作 竞选活动中,他在 1997 年的连任中重复了这一角色。从 1999 年到 2001 年,他担任加拿大驻意大利米兰总领事。 2001年,他担任加拿大航空公共事务高级副总裁。

多诺洛是一位著名的共和党人,他曾公开评论过要结束加拿大的君主制。 在麦克林杂志2002年10月21日封面故事的评论中,他称加拿大“表现得像一个殖民地前哨”,并声称加拿大女王是外国人。 [2]

2002 年至 2009 年,多诺洛担任战略顾问公司(一家位于多伦多的舆论研究和传播咨询公司)的执行副总裁兼合伙人。

2009年至2011年,多诺洛担任加拿大前自由党领袖迈克尔·伊格纳蒂耶夫的幕僚长。[3]

2012 年至 2013 年,多诺洛担任多伦多举行的 2015 年泛美运动会公共事务高级副总裁。

2014年至2016年,他担任安大略省政府通讯和政府间事务特别顾问,在省政府中央内阁办公室工作。

2016年至2022年,多诺洛担任加拿大伟达策略公司副主席。

2003年,多诺洛共同主持了大卫·米勒成功的多伦多市长竞选活动。 作为高级顾问,他在最近的选举中一直保持着政治活跃度,为贾斯汀·特鲁多 (Justin Trudeau) 在 2015 年联邦竞选中的辩论做准备,并为凯瑟琳·韦恩 (Kathleen Wynne) 省长成功的 2014 年安大略省竞选活动提供通讯服务。

多诺洛是人权记者组织 (JHR) 的董事会副主席,也是 CIVIX 的董事会副主席。 他是加拿大教育途径、G(irls) 20、加拿大新闻基金会、多伦多贸易委员会和安大略省意大利商会的前任董事。

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Jean Chrétien at 90: Still driven, always optimistic

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-jean-chretien-at-90-still-driven-always-optimistic/

PETER DONOLO 

Peter Donolo served as director of communications for Jean Chrétien from 1991 to 1999.

Last week, I phoned my old boss to wish him a “Happy New Year.”

“Peter, I will call you back,” came the raspy voice so familiar to millions of Canadians. “I’m with my trainer.”

Nothing remarkable about that comment – if it hadn’t been coming from someone who turned 90 on Jan. 11. But then, Jean Chrétien is loping into his tenth decade much like he strode through the previous nine: Eyes straight ahead. Living in the present. Focused on the future.

By any standard, it’s one of the most extraordinary Canadian stories. Born the eighteenth of 19 children into a working-class Shawinigan, Que., family, first elected to Parliament while JFK was in the White House, and arriving in Ottawa unable to speak more than a couple of sentences in English, he went on to become – when combining his years as a minister under three prime ministers, and his decade as PM – the longest-serving cabinet minister in Canadian history. His public life spans the birth of our modern country; indeed, he played a key role, from working to give Canadians the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the 1980s, to leading Canada away from the precipice of ruin a decade later.

It is an axiom in politics that familiarity breeds contempt. Yet it is precisely Canadians’ familiarity with Mr. Chrétien – and the inherent trust it bred – that led them to turn to this familiar face when the country was at its darkest hour 30 years ago. Our economy was a calamity, and our fiscal situation led The Wall Street Journal to dub our country “an honorary member of the Third World.” Even worse, a heedless constitutional gambit had shredded national unity and turbocharged support for Quebec separatism to unprecedented levels.

Why did Canadians trust Mr. Chrétien to turn the ship around? They sensed a no-nonsense, common-sense approach. He wasn’t a leader who looked down on them, but one who understood them. He came from the same places they did. More importantly, he never forgot where he came from. What they sensed from afar was something that I, along with everyone else who worked for him, saw up close. That’s the thing about Mr. Chrétien – he’s the same in public as he is in private: sleeves rolled up, practical. He took the responsibilities of public office very seriously, but he never took himself too seriously. There were aspects they wouldn’t have seen: his keen, analytical approach to challenges, always thinking several steps ahead; his deep knowledge of government, based on a lifetime of public service; his profound respect for institutions. But these just add texture to, rather than contradict, what Canadians know about him.

Mr. Chrétien has an innate sense of balance. He has always stayed grounded. No doubt, Aline Chrétien, the late love of his life to whom he regularly referred as his “Rock of Gibraltar,” made sure of that. Everything in his life – food, drink, and above all, temperament – is in moderation. His other tenets? Stay moving and active: Remember how he always took those stairs two at a time? Stay connected: In office, he listened to his advisers, but he listened even more carefully to his MPs and to hundreds of people he had come to know across the country. Don’t micromanage: Stay focused on the big issues and delegate to competent ministers and officials. Be optimistic: Don’t fear the future, embrace it. And have lots of fun. He did as PM. He still does. He made the job of prime minister appear easier than it really is, as his three successors have all discovered.

The turnaround Mr. Chrétien led during his decade as PM was real and lasting. The fiscal cleanup alone meant there were more options for successive governments, and cushioned Canadians from economic shocks such as the 2008 global financial meltdown and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Clarity Act of 2000 stemmed the tide of separatism and safeguarded the future of our federation. Saying no to the Iraq invasion cemented Canadian sovereignty in an integrated continental economy. And the unprecedented scale of investments in research and learning transformed a “brain drain” into a brain gain. He governed not just for the present, but for the future.

It’s been two decades since Mr. Chrétien left office. But the energy and drive are still there. He may not climb stairs two at a time, but he goes to the office every day and returns every summer to his roots in the Mauricie region. And his optimism and belief in the future are stronger than ever.

Happy birthday, Mr. Chrétien! It’s been a heck of a ride. For you – and for all of us.

Reflecting on the Career of Jean Chretien

THE GLOBAL EXCHANGE PODCAST

January 9, 2024

On this episode of The Global Exchange, Colin Robertson is joined by Bob Plamondon and Peter Donolo to discuss the career of Jean Chretien as the former Canadian Prime Minister approaches his 90th birthday.

Listen to Colin's previous episodes with Mr. Chretien:

"Jean Chrétien on 'it's a very different world that we're living at this time'" (2020)

"In Conversation with The Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien" (2021)

Guests:

  • Peter Donolo is a CGAI Fellow. He served as Mr. Chretien’s director of Communications and later as Canada's Consul General in Milan.
  • Bob Plamondon is the author of many books on Canadian political history including The Shawinigan Fox: How Jean Chretien Defied the Elites and Reshaped Canada. He is currently working on a new book looking at the Chretien leadership style.

Host:

  • Colin Robertson is a former diplomat and Senior Advisor to the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.

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Peter Donolo

Canadian Global Affairs Institute

As one of Canada's most experienced communications strategists and a veteran adviser to leaders in corporate Canada, and at all three levels of government, Peter brings more than twenty-five years of experience in communications and government relations.

Using his understanding of both the rapidly changing currents of public opinion and the complex decision-making processes of government, Peter is a senior adviser to H+K’s senior management and to its clients – focusing on strategic communications and public engagement.

Peter has in-depth knowledge to provide counsel to clients facing major transformational challenges when it comes to the economy, the way we now engage audiences and how we live together in society. And he appreciates the importance of developing the right strategy and putting together the best team to achieve measurable results.

Peter is a director of (G)irls 20, CIVIX, and a former director of Pathways to Education Canada, the Toronto Board of Trade and the Canadian Journalism Foundation.

Peter was most recently special adviser to the Ontario government on intergovernmental affairs and communications. He is the longest-serving prime ministerial director of communications in Canadian history (to Prime Minister Jean Chrétien), served as a senior executive in the private and public sectors, and also represented Canada abroad as a senior diplomat.

From Wikipedia

Peter Donolo (born October 1959[1]) is a Canadian communications and political strategist. From 1993 to 1999, he was the director of communications in the office of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien - the longest tenure of any prime ministerial communications director in Canadian history..

He previously served as communications advisor to Toronto mayor Art Eggleton (1989–91) and as director of communications in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition under Chrétien from 1991 to 1993. Donolo was in charge of communications for the Liberals’ successful 1993 election campaign, a role he repeated in their re-election in 1997. From 1999 to 2001, he served as Canada's consul general in Milan, Italy. In 2001, he served as senior vice-president of public affairs at Air Canada.

Donolo is a well-known republican who has commented publicly about ending the monarchy of Canada. In a comment in the October 21, 2002, cover story of Maclean's, he referred to Canada as "behaving like a colonial outpost", and claiming the Queen of Canada is a foreigner.[2]

From 2002 to 2009, Donolo was executive vice president and partner at The Strategic Counsel, a Toronto-based public opinion research and communications consulting firm.

From 2009 to 2011, Donolo was chief of staff to former Liberal Party of Canada leader Michael Ignatieff.[3]

From 2012 to 2013, Donolo served as senior vice president, public affairs of the 2015 Pan American Games, held in Toronto.

From 2014 to 2016, he was special advisor for communications and intergovernmental affairs to the Government of the Province of Ontario, operating in the central Cabinet Office of the provincial government.

From 2016 to 2022, Donolo served as vice chair of Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada.

In 2003, Donolo co-chaired the successful Toronto mayoral campaign of David Miller. He has remained politically active as a senior advisor in recent elections, in debate preparation for Justin Trudeau in the 2015 federal campaign, and running communications for Premier Kathleen Wynne's successful 2014 Ontario campaign.

Donolo is vice chair of the board of directors of Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) and is vice chair of the board of directors of CIVIX. He is apast director of Pathways to Education Canada, G(irls) 20, the Canadian Journalism Foundation, the Toronto Board of Trade and the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Ontario.

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Organization

The Institute is structured for solid oversight and minimum overhead. The intent is to operate with minimum infrastructure so that the maximum percentage of funding will be available for programs.


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