This week in PR (7 August)
Here's our pick of conversations from #ThisWeekinPR, featuring an important debate about the future.
Summer PR Challenge: Week one
Our starting point for understanding public relations is to explore publicity.
This week in PR (31 July)
Here's our hand-picked selection of news and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR.
Nine out of ten doctors agree
By applying some quick tests, you can make more informed decisions about interpreting data presented in reports, explains Dr Kevin Ruck.
Who do you serve?
AMEC's revised Barcelona Principles instruct us to consider the impact of organisations and communicaiton on society. Academic thinking can help with this.
This week in PR (17 July)
The CIPR's State of the Profession 2020 report was a major talking point #ThisWeekinPR.
CIPR report reveals a community of active learners
The State of the Profession 2020 report gives us a snapshot of public relations in the UK.
This week in PR (10 July)
Talk of job losses; Barcelona Principles 3.0; the background to Consulum's work with Hong Kong. These are some highlights from #ThisWeekinPR.
Fake news: how to solve a ‘really wicked problem’
Here's a selective summary of a fascinating discussion on day one of #MindThePRGap.
New book: Leading from home
'The job of a leader is not to provide certainty, but it is to inspire their teams to generate new thinking and new opportunities.' Author Tim Johns writes about leaders, teams, and the places they work.