Gavin Grant is the deputy chairman of Burson Marsteller U.K.
Releasing a survey on corporate reputation, Grant said "When you have an angry audience, trust in corporate and political leaders declines significantly. Before an audience is willing to engage their trust again they want to see the leader acknowledge the error".
In late 2011 the RSPCA appointed international communications boss Gavin Grant as their new chief executive. The RSPCA noted: "He was our director of campaigns and communication between 1988-91. He led communications for The Body Shop, and joins the RSPCA from the UK arm of the global public relations company Burson-Marsteller (B-M) where he was Chairman (B-M are the largest PR firm in Sir Martin Sorrell's WPP). While there Gavin founded B-M’s corporate responsibility unit and provided a range of international clients with strategic advice." 
- Douglas McCollam, "How Chalabi Played the Press:" Columbia Journbalism Review, July/August 2004.
- "Leaders say CEOs 'should mend trust'", PR Week, October 29 2004. (Sub reqd).
- Richard Dyson, "Is Standard Life fighting fair?", This Is Money.co.uk, January 29, 2006.
- Graeme Wilson, "Image man is hired to put the zing into Ming", The Telegraph (UK), June 24, 2006.
- Harry Wallop, "Reputation restorers give high-gloss finish", The Telegraph (UK), June 24, 2006.
- Jonathan Calder, "Let Ming be Ming: The Liberal Democrats should play to Sir Menzies Campbell's strengths and not try to sell him as something he is not", Guardian' (UK)', July 31, 2006.
Resources and articles
- ↑ RSPCA New chief executive returns for new challeng, organizational web page, accessed April 21, 2012.
|This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.|