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Edelman Trust Barometer 2015: By the Numbers

The 205 Edelman Trust Barometer shows that many people feel the pace of change in business is moving too fast. Conversely, nearly one-third of respondents believe the pace of change to be too slow. It’s a fine line that corporate communications navigate. | MORE »

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The Characteristics of the ‘Intentional Leader’

Think about the characteristics people often attribute to great leaders: being visionary, intelligent, empathetic and passionate. But it is none of those. Rather, it’s intentional. The intentional leader uses purposeful decisions, language and actions to advance the organization and his/her individual aims. | MORE »

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Media Management: Navy Pier PR a Lifesaver After Media Snafu

A major complication arose when, on the eve of an important press announcement, a Chicago Sun-Times columnist reported incorrectly that Navy Pier would “sell naming rights” to redevelopment project which had been sponsored by a legacy gift. | MORE »

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That’s a Wrap: How CPG Companies Use Visual Storytelling

Find “owned” content that lends itself to visual storytelling. Slice and dice the content and package it with social channels using online photos, video and other forms of digital communication. | MORE »

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Facebook At Work Could Turn into a Powerful PR Tool

You’ve likely heard of the debut earlier this month of Facebook At Work (FB@Work), a new player in the expanding field of enterprise social networks (ESNs). Essentially Facebook for brands, companies and organizations, the tool’s most important impact for PR pros could be that it will spark new ideas about enhancing internal communications and employee relations. | MORE »

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Parody Packs a Punch for Communicators

Parody can help companies cut through the proverbial clutter and humanize their message. Using parody plays into social channels and can appeal to millennials, who were raised on irreverence and now are starting to enter the management ranks. Has the cold-sober approach to branding run its course? | MORE »

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Formulate Your Crisis Communications Plan Now

PR pros can no longer assume their company or organization is immune to trauma. As a crisis communicator, when something horrible happen are you prepared for an immediate response? Do you have a recovery plan for your brand? A crisis plan that you test, and update annually? | MORE »

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How to Sharpen Your Email Delivery

You would think that the proliferation of social platforms and mobile devices would spell doom for email marketing/campaigns. Not so. Get reacquainted with an enduring PR tool—email. | MORE »

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PR News Announces 2014 PR People Awards Finalists

From our vantage point at PR News, we have seen the best-of-the-best in PR for years, from those in agency, corporate and nonprofit settings. And the best keeps getting better and better, which is why we hope you’ll join us at PR News’ PR People & Rising PR Stars Awards Luncheon on Dec. 9 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.  | MORE »

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Managing Crises in a Ever-Chaotic World

In addition to rethinking how (and how often) we monitor for potential issues, how we organize to effectively manage crisis situations must also evolve. Issues management expertise is no longer sufficient to succeed in this environment. | MORE »

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