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Environmental, Social and Governance

PUBLIC RELATIONSHIPS INDEX STUDY 2021 ESG & Public relationships: Workers rate their employers highest on social leadership, but lower on climate progress The Argyle Public Relationships Index™, conducted in partnership with Leger Research, measures the quality of relationships between organizations and their publics. In our 2021 study, we focused on how workers rate their employers on a range of factors – including their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. After a year of attention to inequity, injustice and inclusion, approximately three-quarters of North American workers believe their employers perform strongly on social issues, such as health and [...]

June 10th, 2022|

Sustainable Value & Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) Communication

Aligning purpose, values and actions. To be relevant, a corporate purpose must reflect a commitment to progress on environmental, social and governance impact. And, the ability to validate shared values with audiences is a key contributor to the strength of your relationships. Argyle helps purpose-driven businesses build more trusting relationships with key communities, seizing opportunities to build sustainable value for shareholders, stakeholders and society. The result? Sustainable businesses — and a sustainable world.

April 26th, 2022|

Financial Communication

Creating – and demonstrating - value. Few if any industries move faster than finance, with transformational impacts on lives and futures. We help financial institutions communicate business and social value – in an environment of transparency and trust. Argyle works with institutional investors, retail banks, credit unions and others to shape value creation stories – enabling positive decisions by both institutions and individuals.

April 26th, 2022|

Leadership through communication: Six things leaders can control in 2022

As the world enters the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, making predictions seems riskier than opening a lunch counter in a food court.There are three big reasons for this. The first is projection bias: the assumption that our current emotions, habits and preferences will continue indefinitely, or that we’ll automatically snap back to earlier attitudes and behaviour. The second is the persistence of events that humanity can influence but not control — from extreme weather to new variants of viruses. The third is the continuing holding pattern as we wait for the pandemic to recede — which renders our [...]

January 24th, 2022|
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