Insights from PR Place
It’s not black and white
During the pandemic the rainbow became a symbol of hope in the UK. This demonstrates how symbols can have a profound impact argues Emma Breger.
A plea for simple but effective measurement
With this blog post, written during AMEC Measurement Month, guest author Jennifer Sanchis argues for simple but effective measurement of the impact of communication.
Beware of geeks bearing GIFs
For AMEC measurement month Richard Bailey identifies the three foundational skills needed to succeed in public relations.
Now Is the Time for Public Relations to Have a Permanent Seat on the Board
'The pandemic has made senior leaders more aware of brand, employee relations, crisis management and strategic communications. Now is the time for public relations to have a permanent seat on the board,' argues guest author Christine Bowles.
Andrew Griffin: ‘Crisis management is all about simplicity and flexibility’
Crisis management expert Andrew Griffin discusses lessons learned from 20 years in senior advisory roles ahead of our webinar on 2 December.
This week in PR (12 November)
Talk of climate, Elon Musk's tweets and action on diversity are some of the highlights from #ThisWeekinPR.
Social media and employee communications. What’s missing?
'Successful colleagues that are active on social media are the brightest brand ambassadors, not just those specifically hired for representing a company in a positive light.' Guest author Olha Boiko explores internal brand advocacy.
This week in PR (5 November)
COP26 dominates conversations #ThisWeekinPR - but there are some notable examples of crisis mismanagement and a remarkable founder's letter by Nik Govier of Blurred.
Building trust through communications
'Trust is an enigma.' Guest author Jenny Owen discusses how to build and maintain trust in the finance sector.
This week in PR (29 October)
Meta, budget, preparing for COP 26. Here's our pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR.
Tackling Imposter Syndrome in the PR and Communications Industry
'Imposter syndrome needs to be addressed if the industry is serious about tackling its diversity issues' argues guest author Joanna March.