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We have recently had a blog posted on the Arthur Page website, which looks at the reasons behind the elevation of the role to the ExCo. We identified the convergence of three developments:
In our most recent (2016/17) FTSE 100 Group Corporate Communications/Affairs Director Survey, Watson Helsby, the specialist communications and government relations executive search firm, disclosed that over 51% of FTSE 100 group corporate communications/affairs directors are now formal members of their respective executive committees. This is the first year that this is now a majority, albeit a marginal one. We…Read more »
The Arthur Page Society, the US professional association for CCOs, has recently published a blog by Nick Helsby entitled “Why the Director of Corporate Affairs role is being elevated to the Executive Committee”.
The Arthur Page, the US professional association for CCOs, has recently published a blog by Nick Helsby entitled “Why the Director of Corporate Affairs role is being elevated to the Executive Committee”.…Read more »
HR & Communications working in harmony
In a previous blog I referred to the frustration we had picked up on amongst HR professionals with regard to their relationship with the communications function. It does, of course, work both ways, as illustrated by some quotes from our Employee Experience research (not officially published yet but due out shortly). “There is a strong streak in HR that likes to regulate…Read more »