Insights from PR Place
To speak or not to speak – that is the question
When should companies speak out - and when should they shut up - on social, environmental and political issues asks Eva Ablett.
This week in PR (1 December)
Here's the ABC of #ThisWeekinPR: AI, Black Friday, COP 28. Meanwhile, our LinkedIn newletter turns these 39 content links into two main themes of the week.
#50Over50: Suzy Giles
As a consultant in ESG communications and chair of the CIPR ESG PanelSuzy Giles feels her work making the complex as accessible as possible is having a positive impact.
Briefing: The misinformation age
When it comes to misinformation and disinformation, prevention is better than cure. But has public relations always been a trustworthy source of information?
This week in PR (24 November)
An own goal at Open AI; the Autumn Statement; the rise of introverts in PR; do we need an advocacy group for men in PR?; and should we cancel Christmas? are some of the topics you were discussing #ThisWeekinPR.
Public relations as persuasion
In this updated PR Place Insights essay, Chris Tucker defends persuasion against the charge that it's on a slipperly slope to propaganda.
The Self-Image Revolution: Empowering Young Girls in the Digital Era
The profound impact social media is having on the mental well-being of young girls is a topic that holds deep personal significance to her as a mother of two says Rachael Anderson.
AMEC student of the year – 2023
In this interview Ann Pilkington speaks to Paul Kasprovschi, Research & Evaluation Director and Brand Strategist at GRF in Bucharest.
This week in PR (17 November)
This week we're taking a rare journey into the rise of celebrity as well as coming up-to-date with customisable GPT.
This week in PR (10 November)
There are 39 content links in this week's roundup. From these, one strong theme emerges: the value of PR.
History tells us AI will raise the bar for PR
The age of AI is here, and it will drive the next iteration of PR and communications argues Henry Ainslie.
New fast track in-person option to become IC qualified
Kevin Ruck and Martin Flegg reflect on the new accelerator face to face internal communication courses launched recently by PR Academy.