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It’s time to put PR ethics front and center

PR Daily

Follow these guidelines to take the high road and shore up your reputation management. Public relations and corporate communications experts are urging corporations to more strongly embrace strict ethical standards. We need a road map for ethical persuasion,” Conner said.

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4 Reputation Threats Organizations Should Monitor in 2020

PRSay

For organizations of all sizes, the ability to identify, understand and manage an increasingly complex array of reputational threats will be integral to success in the years ahead. In today’s world, being prepared with a comprehensive crisis plan is no longer enough.

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Bank Stress Tests Complete. Could Your Bank Now Pass a “Reputation” Test?

Reputation Us

After the economic downfall of 2008 the Fed wanted to ensure banks would be able to continue to lend to consumers and businesses even in a severe financial crisis. A good reputation is essential to a bank or credit union’s well-being. Reputation, Reputation, Reputation.

Future of PR and social media for International Air Transport Association crisis communications conference

Stuart Bruce

Stuart Bruce speaking at the IATA Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age conference. (c) This morning I gave a keynote at the global ‘Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age’ conference in Istanbul. We’ll look at ethics and governance.

Bank Stress Tests Complete. Could Your Bank Now Pass a “Reputation” Test?

Reputation Us

After the economic downfall of 2008 the Fed wanted to ensure banks would be able to continue to lend to consumers and businesses even in a severe financial crisis. It certainly makes our job as public relations professionals working to help banks and credit unions manage their reputation easier to navigate. A good reputation is essential to a bank or credit union’s well-being. But a good reputation is about more than having a good balance sheet. Leadership (14.1%).

5 Insights On Corporate Activism From Top PR Experts

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Values-Based Decision Making in a Provocative Environment was produced by the Museum of Public Relations , which has grown into an impressive thought leadership organization since its founding by Shelley Spector. PR Fish Bowl public relations reputation corporate corporate activism CSR ethic

WeWork IPO debacle dings JP Morgan, Nike’s digital strategy pays dividends, and CEOs who speak out get a reputation boost

PR Daily

Will a leadership change make a big difference? When sharing news about a leadership change, how can communicators frame the move to preserve trust and bolster stakeholder confidence? Related reading: Why you should talk to your employees first in a crisis.

How communicators can change their organization’s objectives

PR Daily

Many consumers don’t put much faith in business leaders to do the right thing, and press releases will do little to bolster damaged reputations. Crisis Communications Employee Engagement Executive Communication Leadership Communications PR Industry Storytelling

Edelman Falls Short As PR Industry Leader

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

It’s always instructive when PR teams entrusted with managing the reputations of major corporations run into reputation problems of their own. On closer examination, the Edelman/GEO Group situation is a great example of what not to do when faced with an ethical quandary.

A Look at Today’s Crisis Realities and How To Manage Them

Melissa Agnes

Today’s crisis realities present some of the biggest challenges and obstacles to be faced in a crisis or emergency. In fact, if you aren’t prepared, today’s crisis realities will work against you , rather than for you, in a crisis – making your task of effective crisis management extremely difficult. So what are today’s crisis realities and what do they mean to your organization? Crisis Management Crisis Preparedness

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Maximising resilience of health and well-being assets in crisis situations

PR Conversations

The following is the result of our subsequent shared musings concerning the impact of crisis situations on the health and well-being of public relations practitioners. Trouble is, if you haven’t experienced a crisis you have no idea how exhausting it is when you start your plan.

PR problem? Hire a journalist… or rather don’t if you want to have successful PR

Stuart Bruce

I actually laughed out loud when I read this story about the BBC’s world affairs editor John Simpson setting up a corporate consultancy to advise on crisis communications and then even more rapidly closing it again because of the crisis it created.

Wendy’s drags McDonald’s in breakfast rollout, key elements of public trust, and Barnes & Noble’s Black History Month misfire

PR Daily

When it comes to building your reputation, is it more important to exhibit competence or ethics? Can yours be a company that is really good at what it does and still hold public trust without also touting ethical behavior on the environment, employment and comensation and other issues?

The Value of Strategic Communications in the PRSA MBA/Business School Program

PRSay

Nearly a decade ago, the PRSA Foundation sponsored research that found only 23 percent of graduate business schools consistently provide instruction in reputation management, corporate communications and related ethical dimensions.

What lies ahead in 2020? Predictions from 20 industry experts

PR Daily

Given the data that many companies already have, available technology could, if we used it right, tell us what the most effective response to a crisis is and how to best de-escalate a situation before it turns into a crisis.”

Monday Roundup: PRSA 2015 International Conference

Waxing UnLyrical

How to Prevent a Social Media Crisis. Putting More Thought Into Practice: Thought Leadership Lessons to Build On. Why: “A thought leadership platform can produce significant results and impact reputation, relationships and revenue. Good morning from Atlanta!

Interview with PRSA’s National Chairman, Anthony W. D’Angelo

Critical Mention

Together with our board of directors and staff leadership, I’m guided by our three-year strategic plan. meaning diversity, advocacy, technology and ethics. We have the highest satisfaction scores among members for our support of the Code of Ethics and that’s where we need to stay.

Sepp Blatter, other FIFA heads suspended

PR Daily

On Tuesday, the FIFA Ethics Committee announced that FIFA’s president, Sepp Blatter, along with its vice president, Michel Platini, and its secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, were banned from all European football activities—both national and international—for 90 days.

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Facebook PR Exposed

Flatiron Communications

Nick Confessore, one of The New York Times’s better-known investigative reporters, appeared on MSNBC’s “All in with Chris Hayes” within hours of The Times publishing its bombshell exposé on how Facebook dealt with the Russian crisis. disregarded the core tenets of crisis PR.

10 frightening PR monsters

PR Daily

These terrible types of communicators can create the worst type of horrors, including nightmarish pitches, zombie-like presentations, reputational disasters and way too many selfies. Crisis Gremlin. Don’t be fooled by any mogwai appearance: This monster will wreak havoc on your communications plans and throw a wrench into your reputation management strategies—even if you heed the warnings to avoid bright lights, keep it dry and never feed it after midnight.

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USC seeks to rebuild trust, as its president resigns amid campus sex scandal

PR Daily

The University of Southern California is looking to rebuild its reputation—and the first steps include its president’s resignation. The move comes months after Nikias announced that he would resign in the wake of a crisis involving a former campus gynecologist.

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Putting the public in public relations: PR is everyone’s job

Media Bullseye

Small issues—like a squashed burger or fast food that doesn’t quite look like the promotional pictures—might elicit a chuckle or two and receive some level of viral attention, but they are unlikely to rise to a level of even minor crisis.

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz announces retirement

PR Daily

The New York Times reported : Under Mr. Schultz’s leadership, Starbucks has waded into debates over social issues such as gay rights, race relations, veterans’ rights, gun violence and student debt. Our ethical sourcing (C.A.F.E.)

Spotting a Problem Client Before It’s Too Late

Solo PR Pro

When an organization’s internal dynamics are unhealthy and counterproductive, it can wreak havoc on not only your work with them in the short-term but also carries the risk of harming your reputation in the long-run (e.g.,

Kotcher Inducted Into Page Society Hall of Fame; Declares “This Is Our Time”

PRSay

And it fills me with pride, Dave, to see how you have ascended to a position of leadership in this industry that we all love so much. Page Society — to enrich and advance the leadership role of communicators — has never been more relevant.