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This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg and Dr. Katharine E. Miller examined how women leaders in the public relations industry advanced diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts and empowered their organizations. In-depth qualitative analysis of publicly available statements from 70 female honorees named to PRWeek’s “Women … Continue reading How Female Leaders Advance DEI by Empowering Employees

This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center How do organizations get in contact with clients and staff during a cyber-attack? And how do they keep up urgent operations? We know from research and practice that one of the main challenges during a cyber-attack is the loss of internal and external communication … Continue reading Cyber-attacks and Internal Communication in Organizations

In today’s fast-paced work environment, effective communication is the backbone of success. It enables teams to collaborate seamlessly, fosters stronger professional relationships, and enhances efficiency within an organization. However, to truly harness the potential of communication, it is essential to go beyond the daily exchanges of information. One aspect of communication that often gets overlooked … Continue reading The Influence of Communicating Values in the Workplace

IPR is featuring research and some of the many Latino pioneers who have had an impact on the field of public relations in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The Hispanic Marketing Council explored Hispanic individuals’ perspectives of Hispanic representation in the media and brands. A review of surveys, census data, and past Nielsen findings was conducted … Continue reading How Hispanic Audiences Use and Perceive Media

Deloitte assessed cybersecurity threats for companies across the globe and suggested defense strategies for leaders based on geographic region. 1,110 cyber decision-makers at the director level or higher were surveyed across 20 countries. Key findings include: 1.) 20% of all respondents had experienced 11 or more cybersecurity incidents in the past year. 2.) Organizations within … Continue reading Global Cyber Threats in 2023

Senior leaders are grappling with economic headwinds, including prolonged inflation, continued wage pressures, labor shortages, and overall slowing growth. Additionally, according to the most recent Deloitte Well-Being at Work Study, employee well-being continues to decline. To combat these issues and drive growth, it’s imperative that leaders have high-performing teams that work together effectively, produce high-quality … Continue reading No Joke: How Humor at Work Can Propel Culture & The Bottom Line

This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Internal Communication (IC) is an essential part of any organization’s success. It is the backbone of a company’s culture and its ability to drive performance, engagement, and commitment among employees. However, measuring the effectiveness of internal communication has often been ignored or considered unimportant … Continue reading Why Measuring Internal Communication Matters: Insights and Strategies for Better Results

This study is provided by the IPR Street Team, a team of students writers and graphic designers who help IPR bring the latest research that matters to the practice.  This study appears courtesy of Global Strategy Group. Americans expect brands to take action on issues and drive change. Global Strategy Group released their sixth annual business … Continue reading Doing Business in an Activist World