Is the traditional corporate communication function on the endangered species list?
C-Suite / Executive Board
The CEO is the organisation’s centre of attention.
The stereotype of lonely people is that they are less socially skilled, less achieving and less competent than the general population. None of these characteristics seem typical of chief executives.
A new research project conducted by RelationsPeople in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen, looks at executive communication and advising.
The world is more complex and dynamic than ever. The increased diversity of business environments, driven by the rate of technological innovation, is at odds with the way that many companies develop and deploy strategy.
Among the highlights at the 2018 European Communication Summit was the main-stage debate about communicators on the executive board.
The stakes for corporations have risen.
As part of its wider research into executive leadership and what it takes to rise to the C-Suite, executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates in partnership with psychometric research firm Hogan Assessments have created a new profile for tod
If there is one thing that helps get communicators a seat at the management table, it is speaking the language of management: charts, statistics, and metrics.
We live in a new economic era, one in which organisations no longer compete solely on financial variables, but strive to win the respect, trust and support of their main stakeholders – employees, clients, potential clients and society in general –