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Weber Shandwick is a global PR firm. We are a creative studio of writers, designers, builders, strategists, conversation-starters, storytellers.
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Weber Shandwick Aug 13
Those who are aware of CEOs speaking up are significantly more likely than those not aware to believe that influences the decisions and actions of the government (58% versus 46%, respectively).
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Weber Shandwick Aug 10
31% of employed Americans say they would be more loyal to their organization if their CEO took a public position on a hotly debated issue, whereas only 23% would be less loyal.
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Weber Shandwick SW Aug 9
Loved being a part of this important conversation about and tackling unconscious bias. Thanks for having us, !
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Weber Shandwick Aug 9
CEOs are pressured to speak up, but should exercise caution on when they choose to do so. More on our research in the .
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Weber Shandwick Aug 8
39% of Americans believe that CEOs have a responsibility to speak up on important current social issues. Roughly the same percentage disagree (42%).
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Weber Shandwick Aug 7
Welcome to Sarah Tyre and Marc Drechsler, our new EVPs in global crisis communications and issues management. Sarah will lead our cyber incident team, and Marc will head financial communications and special situations counsel.
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Weber Shandwick Aug 3
In our new research, respondents weighed in with the top issues CEOs & business leaders should speak out on. The top issues are all workplace-related.
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Weber Shandwick SW Aug 2
Join for the upcoming luncheon, Confronting Implicit Bias: A Crucial Conversation, on August 9, featuring our own . Register today!
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Weber Shandwick Aug 2
Excited to continue our work with in a new connected way. We’re joining agencies and as solution C2W, working together as global marketing AOR.
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Weber Shandwick Aug 1
42% of Americans are aware of , a significantly higher level of awareness than past years (37% in 2017, 34% in 2016).
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Weber Shandwick Jul 31
Our latest research finds 48% of Americans think has an influence on the government, up significantly from 38% last year.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 30
Chavonne Jones helps our client's stories make front-page news but today she's again making news herself. Congrats, Chavonne on being named to this year's 40 Under 40.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 30
In our latest annual installment of , we find that 77% of Americans believe CEOs need to speak out in order to defend company values.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 27
Read more on our series today in the .
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Weber Shandwick Jul 26
is no longer an outlier - it's the norm. More on our latest research in .
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Weber Shandwick Jul 24
We can practically taste the butter. Watch our work with client on their Trap to Table video series to kick off Maine New Shell Lobster season (via ).
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T. Kevin Walker Jul 19
75% would take a pay cut to go to a company with a stronger , per at .
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Weber Shandwick Jul 18
Head of 's Consumer Practice Rachel Vidaic outlines her team's strategies for staying connected and inspired:
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Cameron Clarke Jul 16
Weber Shandwick has acquired social agency That Lot via
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Weber Shandwick Jul 16
Bringing even more creative firepower to our team, we’re excited to welcome to the family.
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