These questions and more will be answered in the PRWeek UK Power Book, the definitive listing of the most influential people in the profession.
The listings will be published in the new print edition of PRWeek, out next week (9 March), and available online from the same day. Power Book entrants have been invited to a launch event on 8 March in London.
Those listed in the Power Book are also asked what they think are the top opportunities for PR in 2017, who they think managed their reputation best and worst in 2016, and what PR employers should do to improve employee welfare.
PRWeek is also producing top 10 lists of the most prominent comms leaders in a variety of individual sectors, which are published online and in print.
Check back next week to see who has made the cut...
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