What Should You Do if Your Leadership Team Listens to Corporate Lawyers More Than the PR Team?

By Gerard Braud


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This week we are asking public relations and corporate communications professionals, “If Your Leadership Team Listens to Corporate Lawyers More Than They Listen to the Public Relations Team How Do You Rectify That?” How do you ensure that you get a seat at the table?  How do you jump through the corporate red tape to make sure that your organization plans effectively for media interviews and crisis communications? Please share your comments here on the blog, on our social media, and subscribe to the weekly question on the BraudCast YouTube Channel to participate each week.


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1 reply
  1. Bill Spaniel
    Bill Spaniel says:

    Dick’s advice in Henry VI, Part II, notwithstanding, remind leadership that the organization’s reputation is its most important asset. How the public perceives the organization is critical to its health and longevity. And prove the importance of reputation by pointing out to leadership the numerous studies that have shown that a good reputation can be a mitigating factor in crisis situations.


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