Political Capital: US Election Aftermath and Labour’s New Lead
Digging into the numbers for next week’s US Election: Challenging popular myths about the race, examining the chances of each candidate and explaining how you poll one of the largest democracies in the world.
The COVID-19 crisis has undoubtedly changed our working lives across the globe, and there’s many things about the day job that will change forever.
Exploring the latest political polling which shows Labour and the Conservative Party neck and neck
Lansons' Ralph Jackson meets with PROI and GCP agencies from around Europe on how they are managing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic eases, will sustainability be back on the board agenda, and if so what impact will Covid-19 have had in addressing it?
Looking at the Government’s handling of the pandemic with special guest former Cabinet Minister David Gauke,
In the current global climate, crises are an inevitability for almost every organisation, let alone an inevitable part of a CEO or CCO's career.
In a world where there is increasingly more pressure on business's to act authentically, are we asking too much of our business leaders, and how does this impact reputation?
Join Tony Langham as he interviews PROI Partner SenateSHJ’s Angela Scaffidi on managing reputation in another hemisphere in the 4th episode of our Reputation Management Podcasts.
Join Tony Langham and guests Brittany Golob and Claire Southeard, exploring the power of content in shaping or destroying a brand’s reputation.
In this episode we delve into the stats behind reputation management and the tangible effects on a company’s bottom line, their powers to influence and their staff, of both good and bad reputations.