This latest installment features Dr. David Michaelson, Global Director of Research and Insights for Teneo. Dr. Michaelson will be interviewed by fellow IPR Commission member PRIME CEO Mark Weiner, a member of the Arthur Page Society and the author of books, essays and features about PR research.
To gain insight about the ROI of public relations.
To participate in an in-depth discussion about the application of research in public relations.
To examine the role of public relations in your strategic communications corporate strategy.
Weiner is a member of the Arthur W. Page Society, serves as a Trustee and the 2017 Chairman of the Measurement Commission for The Institute for Public Relations, and serves on the Advisory Board of the Museum of Public Relations. He is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators, the Public Relations Society of America and AMEC. Weiner sits on the editorial advisory boards of The Strategist and PR News. He is a regular contributor to PR Week, IABC’s Communication World, PRSA’s Tactics and The Strategist, and Commpro.biz/PR-ROI, as well as an active participant at conferences by The Institute for Public Relations, The Conference Board, ABERJE, the Association of National Advertisers, The American Marketing Association, The Arthur Page Society, IABC and PRSA. Since 1993, he has devoted his career to helping many of the world’s most respected organizations and brands to demonstrate and generate a positive return on their investment in corporate and brand communications.
Dr. Michaelson is a research fellow of the Institute for Public Relations, recipient of the Jackson, Jackson & Wagner Behavioral Science Prize awarded for outstanding contributions to the research body of knowledge, 2009 Measurement/Research Expert of the Year and induction into the Measurement Hall of Fame in 2013. He has also received numerous other awards including two Silver Anvils from PRSA. Along with Dr. Don W. Stacks, he is the author of the award winning “A Professional and Practitioner’s Guide to Public Relations Research, Measurement, and Evaluation” and three other books on measurement.