Insights from PR Place
This week in PR (3 July)
With pubs reopening in England, is our industry about to return to its 'gin-soaked' normality? Here's our pick of #ThisWeekinPR.
Sign up for virtual Mind The PR Gap 2020
Here's a reminder of how to register for next week's virtual #MindThePRGap conference.
Review: How To Be Insightful
We review a new book that wears its learning lightly and provides a framework for applied psychology in commercial communication.
#50over50: Richard Bagnall
We have added measurement and evaluation 'salesman' Richard Bagnall to our #50over50 list.
From the Mad Men model to liquid professionalism
We preview the speakers and themes from day two of Virtual Mind the PR Gap 2020 and share the free registration details.
Gender, race and foreignness
'Despite progress in representation of women in senior levels, parity remains out of reach for ethnic minority women on all levels and particularly black women.' Lucy Ndlovu summarises her study of Black African women in the UK labour market.
Empathic Technologies: Influence and Disinformation
We preview the speakers and the topics of day one of #MindThePRGap. Free registration is now open.
Briefing: Employee engagement, advocacy and experience
In this briefing note, Kevin Ruck explores and explains the concepts of employee engagement, employee advocacy and employee experience.
In this article, Dr Heather Yaxley sets out the importance of career connections to address occupational inequality in the public relations industry.