More than what your company looks and sounds like, think about what it is that you *do*: Not?in a?grand, vague sense of mission statements and bulletpoints.
Rather, how do your actions affect the general public? Your clients??Your co-workers and employees?
What is your day-to-day impact on society?
In this world of oil-spill PR, talking-head?soundbites, and the like, it?s frustrating to see companies so concerned about *image* alone? When truthfully they (we) should?simply?focus on the work at hand.
An ungenuine or insincere message (especially one that is a forced, hollow attempt to *look and sound* genuine and sincere) is worse than not even trying.
The general public will figure it all out, and there’s a good chance co-workers and employees probably already know it.
The best mode of PR in today?s world of non-stop, bare-bones social media?
Listen intently to your customers and employees, and react appropriately.
Odds are they?ll respond to your sincerity in a very positive way.
And so will your image.