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The IABC Research Foundation is pleased to present the results of it second Employee Engagement Survey. This year we added a few new questions and enhanced existing questions about social media. We hope you find these results useful. IABC Research Foundation and Buck Consultants Employee Engagement Survey - June 2009 Sponsored by IABC Research Foundation and Buck Consultants, an ACS Company Prepared by Buck Consultants, an ACS Company Conducted to determine how organizations are communicating with employees to keep them engaged and productive, the survey includes responses from nearly 1,500 participants ...
is a field concerned with maintaining public image for high-profile people, commercial businesses and organizations, non-profit associations or programs. Globally, the profession is represented by The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management [1] which is the umbrella organisation linking PR Professional Associations worldwide. At its World Public Relations Forum in 2010, the Alliance accepted the Stockholm Accords [2] These accords present the practice of public relations in the following terms: The Communicative Organisation The concept of the Communicative organisation was conceived as a result of the ...
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I’m particularly interested in whether internal communicators should report directly to Human Resources, or if it’s better to have a “dotted line” and report through to, say, public affairs. Has anyone done definitive research on this question? Does anyone have a strong opinion, or a relevant experience that might shed some light on the issue? This entry was posted on Sunday, March 12th, 2006 at 11:32 pm and is filed under Employee Communication . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed. Craig Jolley Says: March ... market research, surveys and trends
IABC World Conference Debrief Group, Third Meeting
While prevailing mood may be calm, individual employees may be highly anxious about H1N1 (Swine flu) and desire frequent updates Repeat message that employees need to stay home when they are ill Message should come from senior leader(s) to ensure it gets traction Remind employees of their sick leave and related benefits Timing of messages Share details about pandemic flu and H1N1 in autumn, when seasonal flu becomes a concern Address recommended vaccinations (and opportunities to receive flu shots at work sites) Key message: the company has a flu preparedness plan, but individual employees also need to take responsibility for ... market research, surveys and trends


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Percent of. Total. Accommodations, Hospitality & Food Services .... Percent of. Total. IABC email. 94.9%. Email from Buck Consultants ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
IABC News Centre - Press Releases
– News about celebrity Michael Jackson’s death took Twitter by storm last week with people sharing their shock and sadness on the popular micro-blogging site. Yet, in a recent poll conducted by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Research Foundation, 67 percent of respondents said Twitter will not continue to be as popular two years from now. The online IABC poll received more than 450 responses and asked participants about their views on Twitter’s popularity after two years. According to the poll results: Of the 67 percent of respondents who said Twitter will not be as popular, 64 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SURVEY. 0. Copyright й 2010 Buck Consultants, LLC. All rights reserved. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Page. Introduction. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Public Relations Specialists
Opportunities should be best for college graduates who combine a degree in public relations, journalism, or another communications-related field with a public relations internship or other related work experience. Strong communication skills are essential. An organization's reputation, profitability, and its continued existence can depend on the degree to which its targeted public supports its goals and policies. Public relations specialists—also referred to as communications specialists and media specialists , among other titles—serve as advocates for clients seeking to build and maintain positive ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Dean Linda Livingstone of the Graziadio School Receives Success ...
dean of the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management, with the IABC-LA SUCCESS Award. Presented each year to a business leader in the Los Angeles area for outstanding and effective contributions to organizational communications, the SUCCESS award will be presented at the IABC-LA annual banquet on Wednesday, June 24, at Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles. "Dean Livingstone's effective use of communications to further the University's goals makes her the ideal winner of this year's SUCCESS award," says Jamie Lipson, President of IABC-LA. "She recognizes the power of communications to ...
Google Answers: Published Works on Business Psychology
What is the role of sincerity, honesty, passion for your work, and genuine concern for your customers in the success and failure of businesses? I am interested in the general answer to this question, and also, more specifically, the role of these issues in customer service. When I say passion for your work, I do not mean passion for profit-making - I mean passion for your actual craft. As a secondary issue, what is the impact of pretended sincerity or false politeness on the relationship between a company and its customers? I am looking more for a comprehensive list of references, with information on how to access them, than ...
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You've found the blog of Shel Holtz, ABC, principal of Holtz Communication + Technology. I've worked in corporate communications since the mid-1970s, online since the mid 1980s and on the Net since 1990. I wrote "Public Relations on the Net," among other books, manuals and articles. I am available for consulting, speaking, and training engagements. § Search This Site Advanced Search § What Shel's Up To February 10 2010 Travel to Baltimore February 11 2010 Consulting Engagement: Johns Hopkins Medicine February 21 2010 Travel to Atlanta February 22 2010 Speaking Engagement February 23 2010 Speaking Engagement