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Weber Shandwick Seattle is Seeking an Intern for its Corporate Practice!

How does joining a diverse team of specialists in issues management, internal communications and thought leadership sound?  How about getting unique hands-on experience with major international brands? Or being part of an award-winning global agency with a smart, integrated team of thinkers, problem solvers and strategists? Sound like a good fit so far? Weber Shandwick […]

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Weber Shandwick Report: Socializing Your CEO 2015

New research shows that 80 percent of CEOs from the world’s top companies are now engaged online and via social media. While this may not seem surprising, given the ubiquity of social media in our lives today, it actually indicates a huge shift in behavior. When Weber Shandwick began tracking the social activities of chief […]

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5 Top Quotes from the Purpose & Profit CSR Business Conference

Does your company engage in collaboration with your competition, in order to better your industry or the environment? How about sustainability? Do you share your citizenship story beyond a corporate social responsibility (CSR) Report? Or publicly advocate for a cause? The recent CSR Business Conference in Seattle brought together CSR professionals, academics and nonprofits to explore […]

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Taking Command: Effective Crisis Communications with Dr. Joseph Trahan

In a special session presented by the Puget Sound Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, Dr. Joseph Trahan (@doctrahanmedia) visited Seattle for a half-day session on issues management. Drawing on his extensive experience in public relations, media training and government, Dr. Trahan walked us through his tried-and-true method for crisis communications preparation and […]

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3 Ways to Harness the Power of Mobile Tech for Employee Engagement

In our Employee Communications, PR, and Social Media Summit series, our team analyzes the trends, milestones and issues that are influencing the rapidly changing landscape of corporate communications. In our second installment, Weber Shandwick Seattle’s Corinne Long discusses how companies can best harness the power of mobile technology to communicate with a highly connected, on […]

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Using Executive Communications for Effective, Meaningful Employee Engagement

Ragan Communications’ annual Employee Communications, PR, and Social Media Summit brings together top communicators and strategists from across North America to lead a dynamic and informative multi-day event. In this three-part series, our team will analyze the trends, milestones and issues that are influencing the rapidly changing landscape of corporate communications. To kick off the […]

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Convergence Ahead: The Integration of Communications and Marketing

It is a complex time for communications and marketing professionals, marked by an explosion of influencers, a voracious demand for content, one-a-day crises, the consolidation of media outlets and rapidly expanding social media technologies. Although marketing departments have traditionally been responsible for the customer and communications departments responsible for other stakeholders such as media, government […]

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Weber Shandwick Launches 2013 Corporate Citizenship Report

It’s a pretty exciting day here at Weber Shandwick – especially for those of us on the Corporate Practice. We just released our second annual Corporate Citizenship Report showcasing the work we did as a firm and with our clients to positively impact our global community throughout 2013. We take “engaging, always.” seriously here at […]

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Employee Activism: The Next Frontier of Employee Engagement

Weber Shandwick, in partnership with KRC Research, yesterday released Employees Rising: Seizing the Opportunity in Employee Activism. This survey of 2,300 employees worldwide reveals a rising social movement ignited by the digital and social media era: employee activism. Employee activists are more than just engaged employees. They make their engagement visible, defend their employers from criticism […]

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