In the fall of 2011, Booz Allen Hamilton launched the National Trust and Confidence Index Study (NTCIS) to assess the key elements that shape public trust and confidence, and its implications for public outreach, engagement and information campaigns. The NTCIS also reviews how public trust and confidence is measured once defined and implemented. This groundbreaking research seeks to answer three important questions:
The study investigators will share their insights on the process and key ingredients for constructing an effective index, such as:
Through a series of directed questions, Don Beck, Ph.D., and Tim Tinker, Ph.D., will engage participants in brainstorming ideas, and offer suggestions for how the NTCIS can be applied to their strategic communications and public relations work and clients.
Don Beck, Ph.D., Booz Allen Hamilton, has more than 25 years of survey research, and brand and marketing experience supporting a wide variety of private and public sector clients. He has designed, led or evaluated branding and market research programs for the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Energy, Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Social Security Administration and the General Services Administration. His private sector clients have included Citibank, Wells Fargo, Microsoft and Micron. He specializes in the use of customer survey research to guide brand and marketing campaigns. He is an expert in stakeholder analysis, survey research, social network analysis and communication strategy.
Tim Tinker, Ph.D., director for the Center for Risk and Crisis Communication, and senior associate on the strategy and organization team at Booz Allen Hamilton, works in both public and private sectors, including homeland security, defense, emergency preparedness, public health, health care, energy, environment and more. He successfully helps clients anticipate, prepare and practice science-based and system-wide risk and crisis communication.
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