The Social CEO Report


Social CEO 2023 Report

Stephen van Rooyen, Sky UK & Ireland Most Influential CEO in Ireland on Social Media Social CEO 2023 Report ranks 100 CEOs in Ireland according to influence on social media

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Leaders Reputation Programme

Many of the world's most reputable companies have visible and respected leaders. Learn how to select the right channels and become a leader that wins the hearts and minds of your stakeholders

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Rethinking Purpose

Right now is the optimum time to instill a higher purpose at the core of your strategy. Leading brands now have an opportunity to reflect and ask what part they can play in the current crisis

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Olympic Sports takes its place in the top three sports investments most likely to improve an Irish sponsor’s reputation

Ireland RepTrak® study highlights positive impact of sponsorship activities on an organisation’s reputation

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O’Driscoll’s influence continues to extend beyond the pitch

Insights from The Reputations Agency highlight Ireland’s most influential rugby personalities on social media

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CSR is taking business success to a different level

Catherine Walsh, our Head of CSR, writes about how we have entered a new dawn of corporate social responsibility.



Countdown to local and European elections – five key considerations

Niall Quinn, Head of Corporate PR at The Reputations Agency, looks at five areas worth focusing on in the forthcoming local and European elections



If you’re explaining you MAY lose but if you can’t explain you’ve lost – May caught out on reliance on catchy slogans

Niall Quinn, Head of Corporate PR outlines how Brexit has become as much a communications failure as a political one due to the over-reliance on meaningless campaign one liners



Planning is the Best Insurance Policy for Protecting a Company’s Most Valuable Asset, its Brand and Reputation

Niall Quinn, Head of the Corporate advisory practice at The Reputations Agency writes in the Leadership edition of Accountancy Ireland on the importance of crisis communications planning



Five Reasons to be Excited About Irish Cricket in 2019

Cricket Ireland is on a remarkable journey.

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Five Things We Are Loving This Month | January

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