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Corporate reputation is factoring more and more in a company’s value.
A report released by global communications firm Weber Shandwick found that global executives attribute an average of 63% of their company’s market value to their corporate reputation.
The wide variety of the factors that contribute to corporate reputation, from work environment and corporate culture, to quality of products and services, to community engagement and environmental responsibility, show the increasingly interconnected relationship between business, society, and human emotion.
Ways to measure corporate reputation include the Corporate Reputation Quotient, shareholder value, and Net Promoter Score.
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- A percentage of your company’s value can be attributed to your corporate reputation.
- In 2019, corporate reputation was responsible for one-third of the valuation of the world’s top 15 stock markets.
- Investors are more likely to buy stock in a company with a good reputation than one with a bad reputation.
- Focus on foundational business goals like satisfying customers, attracting strong employees, and generating long-term company growth.
- Over 50% of the Walt Disney Company’s value can be attributed to its reputation.
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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a strategy is an essential part of your company’s reputation. Not only will your CSR help build your corporate reputation and customer base, it also will help protect your business from reputation damage and accelerate your recovery time after a crisis.
CSR mistakes can damage or even ruin your reputation, so it’s vital to plan and implement your strategy properly. We’ll discuss the basics of CSR, as well as the benefits and how to utilize it for business growth and stability.
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The world’s most admired companies based on a nine-point ranking system
- Fortune Magazine has another well-respected, powerful list: Fortune's World's Most Admired Companies.
- The peer-judged list is scored and determined by business insiders within each industry.
- List candidates are rated based on nine key attributes running the gamut of business performance indicators.
You’ve heard of the Fortune 500, a well-respected ranking of the largest companies by revenue in the United States, but you might not be aware of another annual list Fortune produces that ranks the admirability of global companies based on key attributes as perceived by a large audience of qualified professionals.
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Is your company thinking of giving to a charitable cause? Let us be the first to thank you for your generosity. Generosity is good for both the cause being donated to and your corporate reputation. We've found that many companies don't optimize giving in a way that benefits their online reputation to the fullest so here are some things generous businesses can do to not only help charitable causes in need but improve their reputation PR as well.
Once you choose a cause you'd like to support, ask if they're willing to do one of these things to promote your donation:
- Write an article and post it to their site
- Publish a press release about the gift
- Post about it on social media
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CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. CSR is a term used to describe socially beneficial activities performed by businesses. Corporate Social Responsibility can take the form of philanthropy, activism, charitable giving, or volunteering. CSR Return on Investment (ROI) is often intangible, as is the case when tuning a CSR initiative to improve corporate online reputation.
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Just like we measure the revenue and turnover rates for a business, its corporate reputation is equally as important, yet more difficult to measure. Despite our inability to precisely “calculate” corporate reputation, the future of your business relies on your ability to keep it in good standing.