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Weber Shandwick Jul 19
At last month, our own Gail Heimann moderated a deep dive into the inherent issues of data set biases, and debated possible solutions. Watch the recap for key insights from our panel with .
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Weber Shandwick Jul 18
The disruptive ideas of leave us a lot to unpack. Next Tuesday, will host a trendspotting presentation & happy hour with our own and to discuss key trends, themes and case studies from Cannes.
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Twin Cities Business Jul 17
"She’s an incredibly passionate advocate for protecting the company’s reputation." Our profile of Sara Gavin, another 2019 inductee into the Minnesota Business Hall of Fame:
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Ad Age Jul 17
IPG's Andy Polansky promoted to chairman and CEO of Constituency Management Group
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The Holmes Report Jul 17
Gail Heimann Named Weber Shandwick CEO As Andy Polansky Steps Up To CMG Role
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Weber Shandwick Jul 17
Two powerhouse players taking on even greater challenges. Congratulations to , on his new role as Chairman and CEO of Constituency Management Group and to Gail Heimann, on her promotion to CEO. We can’t wait to see what they do next!
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Weber Shandwick BRU Jul 15
Today is World Youth Skills Day! With our , we're lucky to work on showcasing the stories of young changemakers from all over the world 🌎 Hear a snapshot of their stories in podcast 'The AgVocate' - new episode just out!
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Weber Shandwick Jul 15
At this year's , EU leaders gathered to discuss the future of industry policy. Here’s what you need to know (via Issues Decoded).
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Weber Shandwick Jul 12
Americans expect civility, even when it comes to politics. Finding common ground is in great demand. More on findings from our most recent research in .
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Judith Harrison Jul 11
I’m humbled and delighted to be recognized by this wonderful organization.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 11
63% of Americans believe the impact of social media on civility has been more negative than positive.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 10
are on the rise. More via on our research and the ground rules for getting it right.
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Weber Shandwick AP Jul 9
Very excited to welcome Helen Graney as Group Managing Director of Weber Shandwick in Australia. Uniquely, Helen will be driving strategy in Australia for both and our brand experience pals at . Welcome to the team, Helen!
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McCann Worldgroup UK & Europe Jul 8
Continuing our celebration of , another of our UK colleagues from McCann Worldgroup - Chris McElwain Associate Director - shares his view on what is meaningful to him, both in the LGBTQI+ community and in the workplace.
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Weber Shandwick Jul 8
The of modern companies is increasingly impacted by voices from within. More in on our research, which finds 38% of American employees have spoken up to either reinforce or challenge their employer’s actions.
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PRWeek UK Jul 4
PRWeek UK 30 Under 30 2019 – Victoria Daughtrey, Weber Shandwick:
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Weber Shandwick Jul 5
With the help of , we worked with client to take consumers on a taste test drive towards quitting (via ).
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Patricia McDonald Jul 2
Super proud of the analytics team for providing social analytics and visualisations for this fantastic report by our friends
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Financial Times Jul 2
Activist employees pose new labour relations threat to bosses
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Weber Shandwick Jul 3
Top personal actions Americans are willing to take to improve civility are making an effort to be civil when treated uncivilly (46%), encouraging others to be civil (45%) and voting for political leaders who behave civilly (43%).
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