After a year like no other, our President and CEO Dan Tisch looks at the trends ahead and what they mean for building value and earning trust in 2021.
In a year with all the ups and downs, Argyle shared our successes, struggles and insights through our Insights & Inspiration series. Here’s a breakdown of 2020’s top posts by viewership.
From research to reality: How understanding a vaping epidemic unleashed public relations innovation GalleryAdvocacy, All, Behavioural Change, Communication, Digital and Social, Education, Engagement, Health and Wellness, Youth Engagement
Argyle and Amira Health have teamed up to deliver digital solutions to help Canadian youth quit vaping.
Reopening to revival – how communications will drive engagement and relationships in the post-pandemic era Gallery
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Reopening to revival – how communications will drive engagement and relationships in the post-pandemic era
The world is changing and with that, how businesses function. How will the role of communications evolve? We surveyed communicators on the questions that will shape our future.
Green and White: Why we must dismantle racism in the environmental sector GalleryAdvocacy, All, Behavioural Change, Climate Change, Communication, Crisis, Engagement, Environment, Indigenous Engagement, Leadership, Non-Profit, Social Responsibility, Sustainability
They called it a Park Crawl. It was the summer of 2014, and one of Canada’s biggest environmental non-profits had pulled out all the stops to create the perfect engagement and climate change constituency-building event: an afternoon exploring the green spaces deep in the heart of downtown Toronto.
As climate risk and action have become mainstream business and investor concerns in the last year, it finally felt like climate policy journalism would start getting the serious space that it deserved. At last, climate considerations would shape national dialogue about our future and priorities.
There was a time when those who could write, wrote. Then came e-mail, and blogs, and Twitter. Now we are all writers, putting out impossible amounts of content on a seemingly infinite array of platforms, and with COVID-19 we’ve seen an explosion of content – not all of it clear, and very little of it consistent.
Battling the horrible internet of very rural Ireland to connect with my cocooned in-laws. Facilitating a 23-member Task Force on Zoom to build consensus on a report. Learning how to involve family - from my 95-year old grandparents to 6-year old niece – in a multilingual virtual birthday party. Chairing non-profit board meetings with members juggling tough COVID conversations, introversion, and cramped family spaces.
Journalism is essential during a crisis – and harder than ever during a pandemic when a reporter can’t get close to their sources. That’s why Argyle is turning the tables by interviewing prominent Canadian journalists. We aim to learn how they are coping, staying on top of the 24/7 news cycle, delivering fresh angles and insight, and engaging with communicators.
Six weeks ago, we posed the question “How do you engage when you can’t gather?” followed by our tips for alternative engagement options. Since then, the Argyle team has been working with clients across the country to design virtual public engagement programs.