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Listening to employees: from measurement to meaning
How good are organisations at listening to employees and why should they bother? Download Kevin Ruck's research report into listening in internal communication updated for 2021 to find out.
This week in PR (9 April)
Here's our pick of content and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR - another short working week.
Review: PR Technology, Data and Insights
Everyone 'involved in the measurement of public communication and/or stakeholder relationship management activities will have a positive return on investment from purchasing this book' writes Thomas Stoeckle in this review of Mark Weiner's new book.
All public relations is political
Not all public relations is public affairs, but all public relations is political argues Richard Bailey.
This week in PR (1 April)
Here's our pick of content and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR (a day early because of Easter).
Development with dignity, campaigns with creativity
We need to move to communications that portray people with dignity and respect, but also as people with existences full of things that aren’t just misery and desperation, argues Christina Berry-Moorcroft.
A year of learning virtually
Participation inequality remains an issue with online learning and events argues Richard Bailey. It's easy to turn up, but not always easy to tune in.
How to Develop a Content Marketing Strategy
Mel Cains proposes a step-by-step approach to developing a content strategy in the latest PR Place guide.