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  • 1. Media Release For Immediate Release A Crisis in Leadership, says Indonesia findings of the 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer Business and government leaders not trusted enough among general population; Trust in government has risen from last year but of those that trust government less, honesty is the leading concern Indonesian trust in media and business remains amongst the highest in the world, but Indonesians say business needs to do more good purposeJanuary 31, 2013, Jakarta– Trust in government rebounded last year in Indonesia, says the 2013Edelman Trust Barometer, but there are still big hurdles for government in winning people’s trust.Overall trust in government has increased from 40% to 47% in 2013.In line with a global drop in confidence in traditional authority figures, less than 30% respondents inIndonesia believe business and government leaders will tell the truth in their policy, regardless ofhow complex or unpopular it may sound to their stakeholders.Business and Government Leadersare also perceived by the majority of the Indonesian public surveyed this year as not trusted enoughto solve social issues, to correct issues within the industry and to make appropriate ethical and moraldecisions.In its 13th year globally, and fifth year in Indonesia, the 2013 Trust Barometer has surveyed morethan 31,000 respondents in 26 countries including 1,200 in Indonesia.“Leaders are now expected to adapt to a changing world which demands dialogue and an inclusiveapproach in decision making. Top-down leadership doesn’t build trust in an era of many-to-manysocial media communications”, said Stephen Lock, CEO, Edelman Indonesia 250 Hudson Street New York New York 10013 Tel +1 212 768 0550 Fax +1 212 704 0117 www.edelman.com
  • 2. Added Lock, “For foreign investors, the message from the Indonesian Trust findings for 2013 is alsostark. Indonesian trust in companies headquartered in Brazil, India and China remains much lowerthan trust in firms headquartered in places like Korea, Germany and Japan. Foreign investors andbusiness in general, our 2013 results found, need to spend more communications effort onemployee engagement, community engagement and ethical standards, while Indonesians put thelowest importance in our survey on the value of profiling business leadership.”Following the trend of low trust in leaders, this year’s Barometer also reveals that academics,technical experts and a person like yourself are trusted more by Indonesians than a chief executiveor government official when communicating news.For Indonesians in the general population who trust government less over the past year, corruption,fraud and wrong incentives driving policy decisions were cited by 71% respondents as the mainreasons for having less trust in government leaders, while globally only 50% cited these reasons.For government, about one third of those who trust government less over the past yearglobally citeincompetenceas a reason, while in Indonesia only 22%. “This suggests, looking forward to 2014,that to build credibility and trust, political leaders need to convince their electorate on honesty morethan effectiveness,” said Lock.In a vote of confidence in a robust democracy and economy, institutions overall remain trusted inIndonesia with trust in media at 77% and business at 74%, significantly higher than the globalaverage of 57% and 58%respectively. NGOs in Indonesia, in one of the continued lowest scoresrecorded globally, were trusted by only 51% compared to a global average of 63%trusting NGOs.For building trust in companies, the general public in Indonesia place higher importance onengagement and integrity building attributes:- Treating employees well and listening to customers tied (both engagement factors) as the most important trust building attributes with 70% saying both were important to build trust. However, only 38% of Indonesians surveyed said companies were actually performing on treating employees well and only 45% said companies are performing on listening to customers.- Exhibiting ethical business practices (69% in importance vs. 47% in performance)wasseen as the mostimportant trust building integrity factor. 2
  • 3. Apart from engagement, Indonesia also gives much higher importance to business’sgood purposeattributes than was recorded in the global average:- protecting the environment (68% in Indonesia vs. 53% globally)- positively impacting the local community (67% in Indonesia vs. 47% globally)“The voice of a consumer today may have more credibility than a CEO. Influence and authority ismoving away from CEOs and government leaders towards experts and peers. To truly make adifference and govern effectively, there is a need for leaders to listen to key stakeholders andengage civil society to make an impact. These are the clear global results of the 13th Edelman TrustBarometer and are part of a trend we’ve seen emerging these last few years,” said AlanVanderMolen, President and CEO, global practices, Edelman and vice chairman DJE.Other key findings from the 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer include:- Technology (94%) and automotive (93%) were again among the most trusted industry sectors. Banks continue to enjoy high trust in Indonesia (90%) against extremely low trust in the sector in most of the rest of the world (50%).The energy industry sawa significant jump in trust from 71% to 84% this year- Trust in various media sources is almost equally divided in Indonesia with traditional media (75%), online search engines (76%), social media (68%), and company owned media (67%) all seen as trusted sources of information. When looking at social media, Indonesia (trusted by 68%) isalmost three times as trusting as developed markets (26%). -ends-About the Edelman Trust BarometerThe 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer is the firm’s 13th annual trust and credibility survey. The 2013 survey this the 5 successive year the Trust Survey was conducted in Indonesia.The survey was produced byglobal research firm, Edelman Berland, and consisted of 20-minute online interviews conducted October16, 2012 – November 29, 2012. The 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer online survey sampled 26,000general population respondents with an oversample of 5,800 Informed Publics ages 25-64 across 26countries. All Informed Publics met the following criteria: college-educated; household income in the topquartile for their age in their country; read or watch business/news media at least several times a week;follow public policy issues in the news at least several times a week. The General Population sample wasconstructed to mirror the demographics of each country in which they survey was carried out. For moreinformation, visit http://trust.edelman.com/About Edelman IndonesiaFormerly known as IndoPacific Edelman, it has rebranded as Edelman Indonesia. With over 140full-time employees, Edelman Indonesia is Indonesia’s largest public relations firm, offering its clientsservices through five key divisions : Corporate & Public affairs (including financial PR); Digital (socialmedia PR and digital content production ); Marketing communications (consumer and technology PR);Health and Human Services (healthcare PR; NGO services, community relations and employeeengagement services); and Research and Client Services. The firm was named 2012 Financial PR Firmof the Year for Indonesia by Corporate INTL magazine and 2011 three-time International Business 3
  • 4. Awards winner for best consumer marketing, best tech PR and best country promotion campaigns. Formore information, visit www.edelman.com/office/jakarta/About Edelman GloballyEdelman is the world’s largest public relations firm, with 66 offices and more than 4,500 employeesworldwide, as well as additional affiliates in more than 30 cities around the world. Edelman was named byAdvertising Age as one of its “A-List Agencies” in both 2010 and 2011; Adweek’s “2011 PR Agency of theYear;” PRWeek’s “2011 Large PR Agency of the Year;” and The Holmes Report’s “2011 Global Agency ofthe Year” and its 2012 “Digital Agency of the Year.” Edelman was named one of the “Best Places toWork” by Advertising Age in 2010 and 2012 and among Glassdoor’s top ten “Best Places to Work” in2011 and 2012. Edelman owns specialty firms Edelman Berland (research), Blue (advertising), A&REdelman (technology), BioScience Communications (medical communications), and agencies EdelmanSignifica (Brazil), and Pegasus (China). Visit http://www.edelman.com for more information.Edelmangroup also has a global sister agency, Zeno. In Indonesia this operates as Zeno Stratcom. An entirelyseparate agency from Edelman Indonesia and itself one of the country’s top-5 PR firms.For more information, please contact :Maria TobingDeputy ManagerIndoPacific EdelmanTel: (62-21) 721 59000 Mobile: +62 816 901 601Fax: (62-21) 727 86980E-mail: maria.tobing@indopacedelman.com 4