23 Jul 2007
CEDR teams up with CIPR to run Reputation Survey
In the next in its series in examining the effects of conflict and following its research into the Cost of Conflict in 2006, CEDR has teamed up with the CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations), to conduct a survey of reputation experts to look at how conflict impacts upon organisations' reputations.
Damage to company reputation is one of the significant consequences of conflict and has an impact on the smooth running of a business. While it is widely acknowledged that management of reputation is vital to a company's success, the correct management of conflict is just as integral.
The Survey is being run to gather the views of public relations professionals regarding the consequences of disputes (whether litigated or not), particularly where details of those disputes come into the public domain.
The results will form the basis of a breakfast event run by CEDR and the CIPR in September 2007 with leading client figures talking on the subject.
If you are a Public Relations professional and would like to take part, the survey will take no more than 15 minutes of your time.