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

Stuart Bruce

I will be talking about mobile, data and wearable technology as the drivers and ethics, real time and content as the issues. We’ll look at ethics and governance. The first and foremost for me is ethics and governance. Last week I participated in a Chatham House rule round table at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations to debate ethics and social media. It’s got to be ethical, not just because it’s the right thing to do. That means in her personal ethics.

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

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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. Reputation, Reputation, Reputation. Overall, the banking industry continued its multi-year reputation recovery among U.S. Leadership (14.1%).

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Monday Roundup: PRSA 2015 International Conference

Waxing UnLyrical

I’m here for the 2015 PRSA International Conference where there’s absolutely no shortage of awesome speakers this year. 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. What do you hope to learn at the PRSA 2015 International Conference? Good morning from Atlanta!

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

Reputation Us

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. Reputation, Reputation, Reputation. Overall, the banking industry continued its multi-year reputation recovery among U.S. Leadership (14.1%).

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? The complex tangle of Neumann’s holdings eventually brought down the company’s IPO—and though JP Morgan has tried to get the deal back on track , the debacle has dinged its reputation. Learn to manage your risks, and don’t rely on regulators to sort out any ethical dilemma on the other side.

Panel: Racial injustice demands action, not just rhetoric

PR Daily

The discussion, spurred by the national upheaval over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, transcended societal divides and reached into internal and external messaging—as well as hierarchical structures—at U.S. Organizations, based on their values and their ethics and what they were founded upon, have an obligation to say something,” observed Brandi Boatner, social and influencer communications lead for global markets at IBM.

How communicators can change their organization’s objectives

PR Daily

FREE REPORT: Benchmark your internal comms efforts against your peers ]. It wrote: In 2006, the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics and the CFA Institute decried “the obsession with short-term results” that destroys long-term value and decreases market returns, and following the global financial crisis of 2008-2009, former General Electric CEO Jack Welch told the Financial Times, “On the face of it, shareholder value is the dumbest idea in the world.

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. Surely it would have foreseen the possibility of staff misgivings and considered the internal and external ramifications of the decision.

McDonald’s to require masks, Everlane addresses claims of racism and toxic culture, and Microsoft teams up with NBA on virtual fan experience

PR Daily

CRISIS LEADERSHIP BOARD. Join Ragan’s Crisis Leadership Board to network and brainstorm with peers, get the latest intelligence and research, and start to strategize for the future of your organization. The New York Times reported : Alexandra Spunt, the company’s chief creative officer who has received significant criticism from staff, will be “no longer leading the creative team” and will be “transitioning” while “advising the senior leadership team as needed.”.

Google employees to WFH until July 2021, Target to close for Thanksgiving, and social media channels remove viral video for misinformation

PR Daily

Consumers are also growing more mindful of social justice reform, with 74% saying that Black Lives Matter protests have caused them to support certain organizations for their diversity and inclusion efforts, and 88% saying it’s crucial for organizations to behave ethically. CRISIS LEADERSHIP BOARD. Join Ragan’s Crisis Leadership Board to network and brainstorm with peers, get the latest intelligence and research, and start to strategize for the future of your organization.

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. FIFA tweeted a link to the statement: Statement from the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee - [link].

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BAME voices takeover #FuturePRoof for fourth book

Stephen Waddington

Topics range from audience targeting, social media, partnership working, reputation, pitching to radio and community building through to public affairs, internal comms, leadership, coaching and the psychology of decision-making.

Global Capabilities Framework sets standard for PR skills

Stephen Waddington

To facilitate relationships and build trust with internal and external stakeholders and communities 6. To build and enhance organisational reputation 7. To offer organisational leadership 10. To work within an ethical framework on behalf of the organisation, in line with professional and societal expectations 11. The Global Alliance has published a capability framework for public relations.

Why authenticity is crucial for diversity and inclusion initiatives

PR Daily

Embracing employees and other constituencies of all colors, creeds and gender orientations affects internal culture and the bottom line—and it requires full commitment at all levels. B) Failure to be inclusive poses financial and reputational risks.

Who talks to (and about) colleagues like that?

PR Conversations

One would hope that a similar consciousness of respect is at the heart of most corporate communications functions , particularly when companies are large enough to commit resources not just to HR but also staff (or a team) dedicated to internal communications. In the 21 st -Century, it is the rarer scenario to witness internal communications in workplaces that is genuinely transparent and two-way engaging. Stage-managing communications to internal performers and audiences.

PRoust Questionnaire: Helen Slater

PR Conversations

Plus that organisational PR relies on the leadership (and employees) and their actions. High-quality thinking and good, ethical practices. Which real, historical or fictional person or brand would you like to give a reputation makeover? It’s not that she has a bad reputation, but it could do with a bit of a polish. PRoust Questionnaire Helen Slater honesty and integrity in PR International public relations skills and abilities needed in PR

How PR pros are stewards of corporate character

PR Daily

In remarks at The Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations' annual John Koten Distinguished Lecture last month, Strong emphasized that corporate character is at the intersection of brand and reputation. That puts a premium on corporate character and ethical behavior,” Strong said. By building a brand’s reputation, you’re modifying how people experience the brand and what they are saying about it.

Meeting CIPR President candidate Mandy Pearse

Stephen Waddington

Professional development and practice The reputation of public relations is defined by the media and dodgy practice. Ethical communication is at the heart of this. Personal aspirations Leadership of a voluntary organisation is a lonely job. I understand the governance and ethical issues that arise. The candidates for CIPR President in 2021 have been announced. I’m supporting long standing CIPR volunteer and trainer Mandy Pearse.

Creative Headlines Will Drive PR SEO & Success in 2017

Cision

With increased competition arrives extra scrutiny as to those companies practicing internally what they promote and sell externally as a service or product. Most businesses rely not only on their brand equity, but market reputation and repeat clients. In a world where the norm is constant and accurate information at the touch of a finger – companies and their reputation is dependent upon participating across digital communication channels.

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

Media Bullseye

Finding that balance is a function of hiring, training, and internal communications. If an employee of a large organization has an ethical lapse or behaves poorly in public, this can become a crisis point for the organization. Internal comms. This brings us to the role of internal communications, and how it plays an important role in a corporation’s external PR.

15 Up-and-Coming PR and Social Media Marketers to Watch

Communications Conversations

A North Minneapolis native, Tess excelled in her journalism program at Drake University, during which she presided over the Coalition of Black Students and interned in business development with The Integer Group and in marketing/group sales with Iowa Events Center. Back in Minnesota, Tess served as a Digital Production Intern with On Being, then moved into her latest role as Communications & Engagement Coordinator for Appetite for Change.

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

Melissa Agnes

To make matters even more challenging, the rush for immediacy and to be the first to report on a story, and the fact that the news cycle is no longer solely comprised of journalists and reporters who work by the journalism code of ethics, but is also made up of citizen journalists, bloggers and the general public, means that facts don’t always get checked before they’re published (and potentially go viral).

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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., Poor leadership – there is no discernible reporting structure, and there are no clearly defined roles and responsibilities. This can provide fertile ground for ethical – and legal – issues to possibly arise.

A critical review of Excellence Theory in an era of digital communication

Stephen Waddington

James Grunig assembled a team of six public relations academics and practitioners under his leadership. Organisation level – effective organisations should base internal and external communication and relationship building on a two-way symmetrical model.

The transition from media to PR: Four former journalists talk about the surprises, struggles and wins

Communications Conversations

Those kinds of partnerships will require a delicate balance, so journalists can maintain their ethical standards and brands can achieve a proper ROI, but I think it is an opportunity ripe for the picking. ” The amount of internal planning, which I’m thankful for.

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

PR Conversations

It may be that practitioners highlight the issue during planning discussions, engage with HR or their leadership team. One of the problems for me, though, with this focus is that it is almost entirely on individuals’ ability to adapt and their ‘internal local of control’ Public relations seems to reflect a largely individualistic perspective with little attention on systemic or structural factors and forces.

Amid red-hot immigration debate, U.S. tech leaders speak out

PR Daily

Do their statements strengthen their brand reputation or risk turning off consumers? Internal pressure at Microsoft. America’s moral and ethical leadership is at stake. When should CEOs weigh in on political issues?

PRoust Questionnaire: Gregor Halff

PR Conversations

Having to deal with internal corruption (similar to other professions, such as the legal one, or accounting firms and rating agencies). more ethical colleagues. Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde. . Which real, historical or fictional person or brand would you like to give a reputation makeover?

5 Takeaways from the #CisionWorldTour in Chicago

Cision

Communicators need to learn a new language: One of the biggest themes was addressing the elephant in the room: earned media (PR/communications/media relations) budgets do not get as much money allocated to them as owned media or paid media (internal content or advertising) do – despite the fact consumers trust earned media the most. Impressed with PR thought leadership role being played by Cision and CMO @cglynch during #CisionWorldTour.

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Facebook PR Exposed

Flatiron Communications

Rather than come clean quickly with the facts as they knew them when they knew them, The Times alleges that Facebook’s leadership purposely misled the public (and its own board) in an effort to downplay the depth of the Russian breach of its global social influence platform.