This summary is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission The Foundation for Public Affairs researched how leaders can better measure and evaluate their performance and explored the value of investing in public affairs. A series of surveys, three case studies, and research data from leading corporate and association public affairs departments were collected and reviewed … Continue reading How to Measure the Value of Public Affairs
Public Affairs Council examined U.S. public opinion on issues intersecting business, government, and American society. A survey of 2,210 U.S. adults was conducted Sept. 1-2, 2022. Key findings include: 1.) 71% of Americans trust friends and family the most as a source of political information, followed secondly by businesses (44%). — 40% of Americans said … Continue reading Americans Trust Businesses More than News Media
This summary is provided by the IPR Digital Media Research Center Summary In today’s social media-dominated world, CEOs’ online communication has extended their roles from not only stewards of their companies, but also social actors that may influence public opinion on social and political issues. Audiences likely expect a certain kind of behavior from CEO communications, … Continue reading Do CEO Social and Political Tweets Impact Perceived Authenticity?