Leading transitions in a traumatically changing working environment: Communication professionals adapt to COVID-19 impacts

Paper accepted to present at the 24th International Public Relations Research Conference (IPRRC), March 4-7, 2021.

Abstract: The paper presents findings from an international survey of communication professionals on change leadership in communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the strong impact brought by the pandemic, communication professionals adapt quickly in change management by using COVID-19 information to build knowledge, enhance trust, develop strategies and guide actions.

Juan Meng  Bryan H. Reber  Tong Xie  JeongHyun (Janice) Lee 

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