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For the last few years, J.K Rowling has been on a reputational roller coaster, with her controversial views sparking many a Twitter storm. While exploring the ups and downs of Rowling’s public perception, Tim Jotischky, director of reputation at the PHA group, argues that brands have three options when taking a stance on cultural issues to safeguard their reputation: make sure they are on the ‘right side of the debate’, stay silent or embrace controversy.

In today’s Comms Goggle Box our experts discuss what the future of office work looks. Will it be a hybrid between remote and on site working and what are the benefits of that? How does that affect employee engagement and will it blur the lines between internal and external comms?

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For the last few years, J.K Rowling has been on a reputational roller coaster, with her controversial views sparking many a Twitter storm. While exploring the ups and downs of Rowling’s public perception, Tim Jotischky, director of reputation at the PHA group, argues that brands have three options when taking a stance on cultural issues to safeguard their reputation: make sure they are on the ‘right side of the debate’, stay silent or embrace controversy.
In today’s Comms Goggle Box our experts discuss what the future of office work looks. Will it be a hybrid between remote and on site working and what are the benefits of that? How does that affect employee engagement and will it blur the lines between internal and external comms?.
From 900 year old harbours to world-renown chair designers, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more updates about #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag on Twitter.
When Covid-19 shut down the UK and other countries, it forced companies to quickly identify how to best manage the flow of information and communicate with their employees and clients in a time of crisis. Marie Chinnici Everitt, managing director and chief marketing officer overseeing global marketing and corporate communications for DTCC, a leading financial services infrastructure provider, explores the strategies companies used to do so, and how communications has now become multi-purpose, beyond immediate information dissemination into a way to improve engagement.
In today's Comms GoggleBox our panel of senior communications professionals share their insights on yet another Covid-related government mismanagement, Boohoo's independent review of its supply chain, Edward Colston's statue being replaced and the potentials loopholes in the job retention scheme.
From cows breaking wind to the struggles of working from home, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Broome Yasar Partnership, a global specialist executive search team which focuses on senior leadership recruitment in corporate affairs and investor relations, published a global analysis exploring the ways in which leadership roles in corporate affairs have been heightened by the Covid-19 crisis and whether these changes will last.
From womb stories to new coca-cola and food initiatives to celebrating Covid-19 warriors, here is our pick of the latest in video communications. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Digital communications have never been as important as now, with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing people to solely rely on computerised technology. David Davies, communications consultant at corporate communications agency Jones and Palmer, explores the benefits that digital reporting can bring to businesses, such as increasing accessibility and enhancing brands.