In the Isentia Conversations webinar this month we are talking about disruption in the finance sector, with apps and social media platforms shifting the balance of power.
HMC was the winner of this year’s PR Consultancy of the Year (small to medium). Heather Claycomb started HMC 17 years ago and her business journey took a huge ‘right turn’ in 2019 when she switched her business model to a social enterprise and began donating 100% of profits to charity.
Mutual trust and respect is at the heart of every good client/provider relationship. In this webinar public relations consultant Jacquie Walters talks with one of her business’ foundation clients, Pic’s Peanut Butter owner and founder Pic Picot, about how to build and sustain a good client relationship.
Jacquie and Pic have worked together since 2013. During that time the Pic’s Peanut Butter business has grown exponentially.
Pic will bring his characteristic humour to the discussion which will traverse topics including building trust, fast growth, matching internal and external reputation, difficult conversations and how to have them, and friendship in the client relationship.
You can reduce the damage it does to your organisation’s reputation and the harm visited on the most affected individuals if you can plan, manage and deliver the bad news with integrity consideration and respect. This webinar won’t make trouble go away, but it will provide you with ideas and tools to prepare for delivering bad news.
We’ve all heard claims of fake news and reports of declining media trust. Interestingly, public trust in mainstream news media during the Covid-19 pandemic period has been declining in some countries (eg the USA) and yet increasing in others (eg in the Nordics). What are the implications of these varying levels of media trust for communication professionals in governments, corporations, NGOs, and so on across the globe?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming integral to organizations’ communication practices, but how does the integration affect professional communicators’ ethical judgement? This three-part event aims to offer answers to communication professionals who question the ethics of using AI – and recommendations for those who are ready to experiment with AI-assisted communication.
Activating a sponsorship, engaging with stakeholders at a networking function, launching a new product or initiative, hosting an event or organising an internal seminar are all part of an annual MarComms Plan. If events create a powerful connection with guests at an emotional level, how do we keep everyone safe during these times of covid?