The Charisma Index: unique insight, unique capability
A unique research model is the core of all our work.
The Charisma Index goes deep into the issues that determine reputation
and relationships between individuals and organisations or brands.
The six dimensions on which the Index is built synthesise business and societal trends with brand values and experience. They harmonise external and internal perspectives, enabling leaders to set and implement clear strategies for change.
We are also unique in being able to apply the same dimensions and criteria to B2B and B2C audiences - and in the critical area of Internal Culture programmes. That makes for a totally coherent insight, strategy and implementation platform across an organisation.
As one client observed "We've been discussing these issues for a long time, but without knowing what to do about them. This is the framework we've been missing"
Consciousness : aware of and anticipating emerging issues and needs
Purpose : true sense of what it stands for and where it is going
Integrity : trusted to do the right thing by people
Generosity : willing to give of its time and services, not just about profit
Courage : truly innovative, daring to be wrong; not following or copying
Delivery : keeping its promises, not letting people down
Facts, figures, thoughts and challenges
30,000 consumer interviews, 130 brands, 4 markets
We researched the definitions and questions before testing the brands, so we know that we're dealing with important ideas in shaping consumer perceptions.
The six dimensions focus attention on what goes to make a brand's reputation with consumers. And they separate levels of performance within a brand, as well as they discern between brands.
The findings not only reveal the truth about brands' reputation with consumers, they also indicate which brands have the inherent strengths and resilience to succeed in the future.
Business and brands have to do better
"Sustaining progress will demand collaboration and a new societal deal" (McKinsey)
"Purpose is a source of competitive differentiation, driving customer sales and loyalty"
(Saïd Business School)
"We seek to understand how a company's purpose informs its culture and strategy to underpin sustainable financial performance...Ensure your business serves society" (Larry Fink, Black Rock)
"Maintaining trust is the over-riding responsibility of leaders - public and private sectors" (Edelman)