In 1956, the Institute for Public Relations was founded as an add-on organization to PRSA on the basis that research needed to be more prominent in our field. But the basic research this organization was founded on would be unrecognizable compared to the rigorous research studies conducted today. This month, IPR celebrates our 65 years—our … Continue reading IPR Sapphire Anthology | Collection of 65-word Reflections and Predictions about PR
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Download Full Report: 2021 IPR Future of Communications in Asia ReportDownload Presentation of Key Findings: Future of Comms in Asia Presentation (PDF)Download Social Graphics: FOC Asia – Social Graphics IntroductionThe communication function within Asian-headquartered organizations is undergoing significant growth and changes that will be pivotal for its future success, according to a new Institute for … Continue reading The 2021 IPR Future of Communications in Asia Report →
Gainesville, FL – In partnership with the international professional and academic associations of public relations and communicators, the Institute for Public Relations launched the Statement on Communication of Covid-19 Pandemic calling for honest and effective communication. More than a year since the World Health Organization first declared the COVID-19 outbreak a public health emergency of … Continue reading Communication Saves Lives: Experts Call for Ethical & Effective Communication to Handle Covid-19 Global Pandemic →
Gainesville, Fla. – The Institute for Public Relations is thrilled to announce the addition of two new Trustees to its Board: Brad Burns Brad Burns is the Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer of Salesforce. He has two decades of experience providing communications counsel to executive teams in highly-competitive industries, especially around financial and M&A … Continue reading IPR Welcomes Two New Trustees: Brad Burns of Salesforce and Lindsey O’Neill of USAA →
Industry leaders Emily Graham and Dr. Natalie Tindall will co-lead the IPR CDEI New York, NY — The Institute for Public Relations is excited to announce the launch of the IPR Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) to help conduct, share, and promote research and best practices in core areas related to diversity, equity, … Continue reading IPR Launches New IPR Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research →
Gainesville, Fla. – The Institute for Public Relations is thrilled to announce the addition of four new Trustees to its Board: Rupen Desai, Global CMO, Dole Packaged Foods & Co-Founder, TS/28 Jim Macnamara, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, School of Communication, University of Technology Sydney Natalie Tindall, Ph.D., APR, Chair, Department of Communication and Media, Lamar University Su … Continue reading IPR Welcomes Four New Trustees →
Approximately half of social media managers say they work more than their colleagues and plan to leave their current role within two years, according to a new study of social media managers. The Institute for Public Relations, Ragan Communications, and the University of Florida partnered on a survey of more than 450 social media professionals … Continue reading New Study Finds Many Social Media Managers Work More Than Their Colleagues and Plan to Leave Their Positions in Less Than Two Years →
Gainesville, Fla. – The Institute for Public Relations is thrilled to announce the addition of four new Trustees to its Board: Ian Bailey, SVP, Communications and Community, Qurate Retail Group Emily Graham, Chief Diversity Officer and Global Practice Lead, FleishmanHillard Olivia Petersen, Associate Vice President-Communications, Morning Consult Jennifer Skyler, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, American Express Ian … Continue reading IPR Welcomes Four New Trustees →
The second annual Institute for Public Relations (IPR) “Disinformation in Society” study examines and tracks how disinformation — deemed as deliberately misleading or biased information — is spread in U.S. society.
The survey of 2,200 Americans, conducted March 25-27, 2020 by Morning Consult, asked about the prevalence of disinformation in the U.S., the parties most responsible for sharing disinformation, the level of trust the American public has for different information sources, and whose job it is to combat disinformation. New in the 2020 report are questions … Continue reading The 2020 IPR Disinformation In Society Report, Examines And Tracks How Disinformation Is Spread In The U.S. →
This IPR Signature Study discusses how communication leaders are responding to the pandemic and other organizational challenges. This e-book features 30 profiles and interviews with communication executives and senior leaders from corporations, public relations agencies, nonprofits, and universities.
NEW YORK – The Institute for Public Relations and Peppercomm have released an in-depth new e-book, “Leadership Perspectives: Leading and Looking Ahead Through COVID-19,” focused on critical topics affecting the public relations industry while looking ahead to the future of public relations and communication. The e-book features 30 profiles and interviews with communication executives and … Continue reading New E-Book by IPR and Peppercomm Shares How Communication Leaders Are Looking Ahead Through COVID-19 →
Across Canada and the United States, many employees’ working arrangements, including how they interact with their organizations, employers, and colleagues, have shifted rapidly due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In early May 2020, Leger and the Institute for Public Relations (IPR), conducted a survey among Canadian and American employees (those who are not unemployed, furloughed, or laid off due to COVID-19) to explore what is next.
This abstract, summarized by IPR and provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center, is based on a research paper written by Sherry Jueyu Wu, Ph.D., at the University of California Los Angeles and Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Ph.D., at Princeton University. Dr. Sherry Jueyu Wu and Dr. Elizabeth Levy Paluck conducted an experiment to examine how … Continue reading Participatory Practices at Work Change Attitudes and Behavior Toward Societal Authority and Justice →
This abstract, summarized by IPR and provided by the IPR Behavioral Insights Research Center, is based on a research paper written by Alistair Raymond Bryce Soutter, Ph.D.; Timothy C. Bates, Ph.D.; and Rene Mottus, Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh. Alistair Raymond Bryce Soutter, Ph.D., and colleagues at the University of Edinburgh conducted a meta-analysis … Continue reading Personality Traits Most Strongly Associated with Being Environmentally Conscious →