NBC News is partnering with a team of experts on the critical roles of sponsors in their communities.
In partnership with the nonprofit Center for Economic and Policy Research, NBC News has created a quiz to test the critical relationships between sponsors and their community.
It will test the extent to which sponsors are making a positive contribution in their community, the importance of being critical to the community, and the importance they place on the needs of their community in their brand’s marketing.
It’s the first time that the quiz has been designed to help guide the development of a critical role in a community.
NBC News will use the quiz as a tool to inform community development efforts.
The quiz will be administered by a team at the nonprofit organization, called The Center for Critical Role.
The Center, which focuses on the intersections of philanthropy, business and government, launched in 2010 to help civic leaders understand the critical contributions that they can make in their local communities.
The Center is a nonprofit that provides leadership training and education on critical role design and practices to leaders of local nonprofit organizations.
The questions on the quiz will provide a framework to learn about the critical ways in which sponsors can impact the lives of their communities and their businesses.
The NBC News team has also created a website to help members of the public and the public at large answer the questions.
The questions will be scored on a scale from one to five.
The scoring system will be based on the community’s need for critical role.
The question will be asked on a specific issue of importance to the organization, and an answer will be provided to reflect that.
The critical role questions on NBC News’ critical role quiz are:What are the critical values and roles of a corporate sponsor?
What are the core elements of a brand that should be a core part of its community?
What is a critical element?
How can a brand reach its audience while respecting the need for accountability?
What do the critical functions of a sponsor look like in their company?
How do they serve the needs and concerns of their audience and their business?
How is a community’s needs and the needs, concerns and aspirations of a sponsorship affected by a sponsorship?
What are some of the key elements of the brand’s brand identity?
How does a sponsorship affect the overall effectiveness of a company’s brand?
How effective is a brand’s outreach and marketing efforts?
How well does a company communicate and market to a broad range of people and audiences?
What should a company do to reach its target audience?
What can a company learn from its brands in terms of how it communicates with its target market?
How important is it to create a critical, well-run brand and how important is that brand to its customers?
What steps should companies take to maximize the benefits of a key brand role?
What would a brand be doing if it had to respond to a community problem?
How would a company respond to an emergency?
How should a community respond to its brand’s failure?
What role should a business have in responding to a disaster?
What does a community do to help prevent a disaster from happening?
What responsibilities does a business share with its community to prevent disaster?
How often should a government agency or agency responsible for protecting the public respond to emergencies?
How many organizations can the public be expected to serve?
How critical are the needs for a critical position to be in a company?
What type of brand should a corporate sponsorship support?
What kind of corporate sponsorship should a public entity support?
How much does a critical community value a company brand?
What kinds of business relationships should a brand have with its audience?
How close should a key corporate sponsor be to the target audience of a public agency or entity?
What types of business relationship should a state agency or a local government have with a brand?
How important should a federal agency be to a company in a state or local government?
How good is the customer service for a company when the company is not a big customer?
How much should a critical company trust its customers when the customers are not big customers?
How valuable is the brand to a corporate employer?
How influential is a corporate brand in a local or state government?
What do corporate sponsors want from their companies?
How do they get that?
How can a local public official or state representative gain the trust of the corporate sponsors?
How are corporations accountable to the corporate community?
How crucial is it for the public to be able to access information about corporate sponsors, especially in a free and open marketplace?
How should a local community and the corporate world be able work together to ensure the public has access to information about sponsors?
How difficult is it, in your community, for a local business to find a public official to work with?
How sensitive is a company to negative publicity from a corporate media outlet?
How well do corporate and public relations professionals know each other and how do they collaborate on issues?
What other key factors can influence a company and its brand?