BLOGS VAN Team

COVID-19: HOW SHOULD YOU BE CALMING YOUR PEOPLE?

The 10 questions every employer needs to answer Global health organizations. governments and stock markets are reeling by the onset of a novel strain of Coronavirus. At present. the virus has been detected in 123 countries. with this number likely to rise. As world leaders and the scientific communi...

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COVID-19: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION CONSIDERATIONS

While external communications around Covid-19 will be different for each organisation, there are elements that should be considered specifically in relation to digital and social media communication. Our international partner FTI Strategic Communications (03-16-2020) defined 10 reasons why you shoul...

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CORPORATE ACTIVISM GOES GLOBAL

THEME: ISSUE MANAGEMENT / REPUTATION ♦ The line between company privacy and public advocacy is becoming increasingly blurred. Business leaders today are under increasing pressure to take a stance on the issues happening in their communities and act. For a company and its spokespeople, the de...

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PREPARING EFFECTIVELY FOR “BIG CHANGE”

THEME: CHANGE COMMUNICATIONS ♦  There is a time in the life cycle of every business when it has to face ‘change’ head on. by Alaric Marsden, Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting, London, UK. It could be change by choice, such as entering a new market on the other side of the world, pr...

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10 MOVES TO WARD OFF SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISTS

THEME: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT  ♦ Shareholder activism is a powerful term. It conjures the image of a white knight, which is ironic because these investors were called “corporate raiders” in the 1980s. A corporate raider conjures a much different image. As much as that change in terminology ma...

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“ACT NORMAL, THAT IS CRAZY ENOUGH”

THEME: PUBLIC AFFAIRS – STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT ♦ There’s a saying in the Netherlands: “Act normal, that is crazy enough”. It seems that the Dutch who voted in yesterday’s general election felt the same way. The exciting election resulted in a record turnout (82%) and produced a clear...

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