The Council has hired Chris Bender as vice president. He will be responsible for the Council’s executive education programs, member services, and research on management practices.
Every company is concerned about its reputation — for lots of good reasons. But we don’t talk much about the relationship between a company’s reputation and its success in public affairs.
Advocacy and PR pro Jonathan Grella on the fight for ‘Open Skies,’ football and politics, and why he loves wrestling.
Check out Doug’s take on the Pulse survey findings in this video where he also looks at past research and the landscape of trust and reputation in public affairs leading up to this year’s Pulse survey.
Professor and author Philip Hamburger says administrative power is the “most important civil liberties issue of our time.”
Get to know the 2017-18 Council Chair Marc Scarduffa, and Volunteer of the Year Brandy Stacks.
Why it matters that Congress is considering ‘prior approval’ reforms with the FEC.
Lack of trust in politicians and business is a bipartisan Issue. Companies try to sway Washington, but face the same reputation problems as those they lobby.
In Breaking Through Gridlock: The Power of Conversation in a Polarized World, Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant explore why Americans seem to be talking at crossed purposes these days and how they can begin to discuss their differences in more productive ways.
The Council’s new PAC and Advocacy Practice Manager Kristin Brackemyre explains why senior leadership is taking a more active role in PAC management. Hear other PAC trends and insights.