How to gain PR work experience
There are parallels to be drawn between the world of work and the world of dating. It shouldn’t be surprising since relationships are key to both.
Beware of geeks bearing GIFs
For AMEC measurement month Richard Bailey identifies the three foundational skills needed to succeed in public relations.
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.
‘It’s a competitive industry, so having something that could help me stand out was vital’
'Keep reading, keep learning and keep finding ways to show your skills. Ask for help and advice and try to build a network from early on.' 2016 #bestPRblogs winner Arianne Smart offers advice to today's students.
#50over50: Mike Pounsford
Mike Pounsford has been championing the people dimension in business for several decades. He once even told Sir Martin Sorrell that the numbers aren't everything.
I absolutely loved writing. It’s still my favourite thing to do – write, write, write.
2015 #prstudent #bestPRblogs winner Livi Crawford reflects on blogging, career ambitions and life events.
‘My blog helped me to fine-tune my writing – the most important skill you need as a PR professional’
Jess Ramsey was our first ever winner of the PR student blogging awards back in 2014 when she was at University of Sunderland.
#50over50: Alan White
Alan White understands the value of long term, trusted relationships with journalists.
Having a blog solely about public relations set me apart from other students
As we start the search for new #prstudent bloggers and content creators, let's hear what motivated two-time winner Orlagh Shanks.
Robert Phillips leads the way
Robert Phillips had a stellar career but was also a leading thinker who turned against public relations - for good reason.Here's a summary of his thinking.