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The current age of hyper transparency requires more public presence of corporate managers. In today’s business world, some of the most valued behaviours include taking part in events, being accessible to the media and available in social networks, sharing new insights and trends, playing a visible role in society or featuring on the corporate video channel.
This document includes detailed percentages about different aspects that show the interdependence between CEO reputation, company reputation, and market value and it’s based on the research The CEO Reputation Premium: Gaining Advantage in the Engagement Era, carried out by Weber Shandwick, in partnership with KRC Research, who sought to quantify the value of CEO reputation and measure the importance of CEO engagement. They conducted a survey of more than 1 700 executives that worked in companies with revenues of $500 million or more and represented 19 countries around the world.
Besides, it explains what CEO’s attitudes are more valued, what activities CEOs should do and what are the core competences for a CEO to Gain a Good Reputation.
It also talks about the perceptions of the highest executive power depending on gender. However, apart from these small differences, the reputations of male and female CEOs contribute approximately the same levels to the market value of their firms.
It ends up with some suggestions to maximize CEO's public presence and benefit corporate reputation.
Document written by Corporate Excellence – Centre for Reputation Leadership, quoting the research The CEO Reputation Premium: Gaining Advantage in the Engagement Era prepared by Weber Shandwick in collaboration with KRC Research in in 19 countries around the world from surveys of more than 1 700 executives of companies invoicing 500 million USD or more and released on March 2015.