New York City, NY (PRWEB) December 28, 2015
An organization’s reputation can be damaged so easily and quickly, and mending that reputation can take a long time. This eight-chapter guidebook captures best practices in communicating the positive relationships that organizations are building with their communities of interest. It also connects the dots between the effective communication of positive social contributions and corresponding improvements in bottom lines.
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CSR and Green PR Guidebook chapters include:
- Cause Marketing & Community Relations
- Sustainability Initiatives & Reporting
- Employee Communications and CSR
- Social Media & CSR
- Philanthropy & Human Rights Communications
- Stakeholder Communications
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PR News’ CSR and Green PR Guidebook is an invaluable resource for PR, communications and marketing professionals at any organization. This guidebook delivers a comprehensive look at how corporate social responsible initiatives can elevate an organization’s reputation, internal morale and more.
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