Using social media to enhance employee communication and engagement
The growing use of social media in organizations is causing a reshaping of internal communication strategy. Three Page Center scholars conducted a study to explore the value of using internal social media. The research resulted in several recommendations for companies who have or plan to develop social media strategies.
Financial crises provide lessons learned for corporate communicators
A team of Page scholars interviewed 38 CCOs who were working during 2008's "Great Recession" and their counselors to examine companies' responses to the crisis. The results of the Center-funded project revealed a number of common mistakes, best practices and advice for the future.
Research in Progress: Ethical engagement with LGBT stakeholders
Social media platforms provide an unprecedented level of segmentation and targeting. Despite these tools, targeted communication can miss the mark. By interviewing 34 communication professionals, scholar Erica Ciszek's wants to help public relations and LGBT stakeholders refocus on what's important.
PR pros must walk a tightrope with their frontline employees on social media
Frontline employees’ personal social media use can pose numerous behind-the-scenes challenges to public relations professionals and their organizations, according to a Page Center-funded study published in Corporate Communications: An International Journal.
The Arthur W. Page Center Awards
Relive the second annual Arthur W. Page Center Awards where icons of integrity Bill George, Gwen Ifill and John Onoda were honored.
Page Center Training Modules
The Page Center is strengthening the role of ethics education in communications classrooms. We offer 12 free online modules on a range of ethics topics in public relations.
Legacy Scholar Grants
Support for scholars and professionals making important contributions to ethics and responsibility in public communication.