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Reputation Management

The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations

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A good reputation is vital to success in business and in life. Organisations with the best reputations outperform rivals in a myriad of tangible ways; they recruit higher quality staff, succeed with smaller marketing budgets, and exert greater influence over Governments. Although in the long term reputation is based on reality and behaviour, short term examples of organisations and individuals building unfair advantage can be seen all around us. Despite this, reputation remains an often misunderstood and neglected asset. In Reputation Management: The Future of Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Tony Langham argues that reputation management is the future incarnation of public relations and corporate communications. Featuring specially commissioned essays, as well as exclusive interviews with leading CEOs, influencers and celebrities, the book covers issues as diverse as fake news, AI, James Bond, cyber security and internet bullying. Also included are contributions from thirty-nine of the world's leading reputation managers who exclusively reveal the time they made the most difference to an organisation's reputation. Reputation Management provides a complete blueprint and toolkit for reputation management and is essential reading for CEOs, Board Directors and shareholders in businesses who ultimately bear the responsibility and costs of reputation management. It will also prove indispensable to all professionals and students working in or studying business, marketing, corporate communications and public relations.

Product code: 9781787566101

ISBN 9781787566101
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129
Series PRCA Practice Guides Book Set (2018-2019)
No. Of Pages 312
Publisher Emerald Publishing Limited
The book aims to give senior executives and communications professionals a guide to the importance of reputation (in terms of how positively or negatively an organisation is perceived by stakeholders such as employees, customers and members of the media), and inspire their thinking in managing reputation.