The problem of CEO lip dislocation has lately reared its ugly head; crisis guru Jim Lukaszewski reveals the symptoms and the cures for this serious malady.
Beverley Gordon, founder and CEO of Safehaven, a respite center in Toronto, has partnered with numerous organizations in her 20 years in the business. Her advice when interacting with special-needs children and their families? Mainly, show sensitivity.
Tourism Toronto developed a comprehensive CSR program based on three pillars. Two of those pillars, sustainability and training, were already supported by a comprehensive green program and training scholarships at nine Ontario schools of Hospitality and Tourism.
PR News tracks the Twitter presence of the top-earning Fortune 50 companies.
In a recent poll of CMOs, more than a third of respondents intend to implement big marketing projects to improve effectiveness, with digital marketing the No. 1 area of improvement.
In Part 2 of our PR/Marketing series, CMOs say that full integration with PR is crucial to communications success, and the alignment of the two functions is fully under way.
Just as many companies have recognized that honest and transparent engagement with their stakeholders helps build customer loyalty and trust, many government agencies have realized they too can reach out and engage with their customers—the American public.
No matter how well rehearsed your crisis communications plan is, success in any crisis is still dependent on your “communicator in chief,” otherwise known as the CEO.
Most would agree that video is an effective communications tool. If a photo is worth a thousand words, what’s a video worth? People are not only more attracted to multimedia content—today, they expect it.
In the high-stakes atmosphere of a Chapter 11 filing, PR can help soften the blow to stakeholders.