5 Insights On Corporate Activism From Top PR Experts

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Last week, seven of the public relations industry’s top PR professionals offered unusually candid insights into one of the hottest issues of the day – corporate activism. PR teams must take time to evaluate the implications and consequences of corporate speech.

How PR Measures Corporate Reputation

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Measuring Corporate Reputation: Perception or Performance? Reputation Dividend Report and Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies list survey corporate executives and financial analysts. And there’s another tidbit that offers insight into the value of corporate reputation.

Are you a corporate chest-beater?

PR Warrior

The post Are you a corporate chest-beater? One of the key tenets of content marketing is to put your audience first and create content that’s of interest and relevance to them.

Corporate Ghosting: Can We Bust It?

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

I’m talking about business or “corporate ghosting,” which can be just as infuriating and perplexing as its social equivalent. As outlined in a post by Sharon Jones , corporate ghosting seems to be on the rise. The post Corporate Ghosting: Can We Bust It?

How To Engage Millennials In Corporate Social Responsiblity

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Whether you’re a nonprofit targeting donors or a corporation trying to build customer and employee engagement through a giving program, there is one group of consumers who stand out — millennials. When it comes to philanthropy, Americans are a generous bunch.

4 Corporate Communications Lessons From Hurricane Harvey

PRSay

As a corporate communicator who, like others, nervously and helplessly watched the water rise, I learned about the parallels that can be drawn between the historic flood and how companies respond to their own crises. Adversity is a great teacher.

Corporate Social Responsibility – Management Decision or Mandatory?

HMA Public Relations

Corporate social responsibility is a large factor when it comes to determining what kind of organization is considered a "good company.". The post Corporate Social Responsibility – Management Decision or Mandatory?

New research on corporate communications in an integrated world

Stuart Bruce

PR and corporate communications recruitment firm VMA Group today published a new research report on ‘communicating in an integrated world’. It might be be seen as positive or refreshing that 31% of professional corporate communicators recognise that they don’t have a strategy.

A PR Trend: The Corporate CEO As Social Advocate

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

But in times of chaos, we are seeing established corporations, led by CEOs, become powerful advocates for those who lack a voice. The new brand advocacy leaders are just as likely to be large corporations that aren’t particularly known for advocacy beyond their own interests.

The Phoenix Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Awards

HMA Public Relations

Bre attended the Phoenix Business Journal's Corporate Philanthropy awards yesterday with one of HMA's clients. The post The Phoenix Business Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy Awards appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

New research on corporate communications in an integrated world

Stuart Bruce

PR and corporate communications recruitment firm VMA Group today published a new research report on ‘communicating in an integrated world’. … Continue Reading → The post New research on corporate communications in an integrated world appeared first on STUART BRUCE.

The Correlation Between Corporate Culture and Successful Crisis Management

Melissa Agnes

Your corporate culture directly impacts your organization’s crisis management. Successful crisis management has a lot to do with an organization’s corporate culture and the mindset it instils in its team members.

Make Issues Management an Integral Part of your Corporate Culture

Melissa Agnes

Embed strong issues management into your corporate culture. And this mindset should be a natural part of your corporate culture. The post Make Issues Management an Integral Part of your Corporate Culture appeared first on Melissa Agnes - Crisis Management Keynote Speaker.

How to Deliver a Genuine Corporate Apology [UML]

Sword and the Script

You only get one shot at making a good first impression – and that’s true for corporate apologies too. Somehow as we grow up, those principles we learned as kids are beaten out of our collective corporate being. That’s the anatomy of a corporate apology run amuck.

Corporate reputation of FTSE350 worth £1 trillion to UK economy

Stuart Bruce

The combined values of corporate reputations in the FTSE350 is worth nearly £1 trillion to the UK economy. It also helps illustrate why company’s need robust public relations strategies with measurable objectives that are designed to have a measurable effect on corporate performance.

How to Build a Strong Corporate Culture

Ron Torossian

In a world of rapid change, corporate culture isn’t static. The post How to Build a Strong Corporate Culture appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Many business leaders believe that a strong organizational culture is crucial for their business’ success , yet structuring and managing a system of shared values is much easier said than done.

3 ways your organization can tackle corporate social responsibility

PR Daily

Corporate social responsibility should play an important role in all organizations. Has your organization implemented these or other corporate social responsibility initiatives successfully?

How PR and corporate communications can use animated gifs

Stuart Bruce

As public relations and corporate communications needs to become increasingly more visual gifs are one of the easiest and most effective ways to do it. Seven ways PR and corporate communications can use GIFs. How to create and find gifs for public relations and corporate communications.

Politics & Corporate Communications: Rules of Engagement

Return on Reputation

The post Politics & Corporate Communications: Rules of Engagement appeared first on Return On Reputation - MWWPR. Corporate Communications Crisis Communications Social Media immigration ban Politics reputation managementWith the White House flooding the zone, there is a new reputation topic worth talking about almost every day.

4 unwritten commandments of the corporate communicator

Communications Conversations

Today’s corporate communicator has a legion of responsibilities. Corporate communicators must be good writers. I’ve come up with four unwritten “commandments” I believe play a key role for every corporate communicator.

Fake News Can Damage Your Corporate Reputation

David PR Group

The post Fake News Can Damage Your Corporate Reputation appeared first on David PR Group | Public Relations, Reputation Management and Attorney Marketing. Fake news just got real. Last weekend, a North Carolina man named Edgar Welch drove to Washington, D.C.,

Managing Corporate Online Hate

David PR Group

The post Managing Corporate Online Hate appeared first on David PR Group | Public Relations, Reputation Management and Attorney Marketing.

8 questions to ask before starting your first corporate podcast

Communications Conversations

Sure, you’ll want to consider your corporate social channels as prime sharing platforms for your podcast. On the corporate side, most podcasts are going to have a Q&A format (with the exception of more entertainment-focused podcasts like GE’s The Message ).

Corporate America Looks to PR for Digital and Social

The Proactive Report

It would appear that the corporate pendulum is swinging away from marketing as the place for social media to PR. More than half (51%) of marketing and advertising execs polled in November 2015 said the PR team is best suited to handle social media activity. This is up from 39% in 2013.

Managing the Narrative: Investor Relations Officers and Corporate Disclosure

Cision

Published on March 20, 2017, Managing the Narrative: Investor Relations Officers and Corporate Disclosure from Lawrence D. FROM THE STUDY: Second, our study provides new insights into the influence IROs have on corporate disclosures. Prior accounting research implicitly or explicitly assumes the CEO and CFO have primary influence on corporate disclosure decisions, whereas the role 5 IROs play in shaping corporate disclosures has been largely ignored.

BPR Thrives: Introducing our Corporate Wellness Program

Barokas

That’s why we’re proud to announce Thrive, our new corporate wellness program. The post BPR Thrives: Introducing our Corporate Wellness Program appeared first on Barokas Public Relations.

Corporate Reputations to Watch in 2016

Return on Reputation

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Why can’t corporate intranets just die already?

Communications Conversations

But, before you take my head off about the headline, let’s have an honest discussion about corporate intranets. I know corporate American isn’t giving up on the intranet concept yet. You name it, it’s probably on your corporate intranet.

10 corporate writing crimes

PR Daily

Corporate communicators with years in the trenches are all too familiar with seeing writing transgressions every day. In corporate communications, “writing for your audience” often takes a back seat to politics and the whims of executives. Using "corporate" verbs.

How transparency in corporate communication earns social media kudos

Axia PR

When crisis hits, bravely step up to the microphone. Living in New England has advantages, except for when our region endures treacherous weather conditions. The past few weeks, we’ve braved a multiple-storm nor’easter pattern that flooded our coastal residences and devastated interior areas. Heavy, wet snow and high winds felled hundreds of trees across power lines and roadways causing extensive outages.

How long before virtual reality transforms corporate storytelling?

Communications Conversations

They’re what I would call “experiential marketing” What about using VR for corporate storytelling? I even think this has possibilities among corporate communicators.

Should you remove the comments section from your corporate blog?

Communications Conversations

Part of my presentation caused a bit of a stir: My prediction that more people (and I would also argue, companies) will remove comments from their corporate blogs in the year ahead. If your corporate blog is like many, it gets few thoughtful comments.

How corporate IT is actually killing employee communications

Communications Conversations

Corporate Communications Employee Communications corporate communications trends employee communications trends Years ago, I worked for an accounting and consulting firm here in Minneapolis. They ran their systems on Lotus Notes.

10 outstanding corporate blogs

PR Daily

Alignment with corporate objectives. It''s probably time to freshen up the look of the site, but it is a truly great corporate social media effort. There seems to be a lot of noise about the "death of the company blog.".

Corporate storytelling is an essential future PR skill

Stuart Bruce

So if you’re a public relations, corporate communications or public affairs professional how will you change your way of operating to become a better corporate storyteller? Content corporate communications Public Affairs public relations

Survey says PR Best Positioned to Manage Corporate Social Media

Sword and the Script

Ownership is a strong word in the high-stakes game of corporate social media turf wars – yet consensus increasingly points to PR as primary proponents. Corporate reputation has long been the responsibility of communications departments. by Frank Strong.

10 distractions corporate communicators face

PR Daily

For many corporate communicators, the job largely entails writing and editing. Corporate communicators, what are your biggest distractions? At least, that’s what we signed up for. Sometimes, however, it seems like the last thing we get to do during our long, busy days is write.

Is the corporate blog still content marketing’s “home base”?

Communications Conversations

Drive all social traffic back to our corporate blog and/or web site. Drive all social traffic back to our corporate blog and/or web site. His company has a corporate blog. Blogging Corporate Blogging TrendsFor years, what’s been beaten into our head?

Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards

PR Daily

Make the Uninteresting Interesting to Find Great Corporate Stories [UML]

Sword and the Script

How do you find a good corporate story? 2) Digging Deeper for a Corporate Narrative. If you want to find corporate stories and make the uninteresting interesting, then it’s pretty important to know who you’re telling the story to. You have to make the uninteresting interesting.