My furlough ‘to do’ list
Furloughed charity media officer Maddie Waktare finds herself as busy as ever during the lockdown.
Catherine Maguire summarises her dissertation study into the impact of social media in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness.
My doctoral diary (part two)
'I spent my time observing conversations on the bus, or while walking.' Miriam Pelusi discusses the use of ethnography to explore dialogue in her latest doctoral diary.
Educator, teach yourself!
Richard Bailey explores the challenges and opportunities of teaching digital communication at a time when the world has gone online.
The B2B C-Suite can no longer afford to ignore social media
Today’s B2B CEO may prefer face to face communication, but time and resource is limited, argues Sarah Park. Better use of social media could help.
Tips for online teaching and learning
We are all going to be a lot more reliant on online learning for a while - so how to make it a rewarding expeience? Ann Pilkington, Heather Yaxley and Chris Tucker share what they've learnt.
The trust crisis
There is a clear and demonstrable link between the trust that an organisation fosters with its employees and its overall performance, argues Andy Hind.
Why public affairs matters
Energised by politics? Interested in public policy? There's a new PRCA Diploma in Public Affairs recruiting for online delivery from February.
Shoot the messenger
Guest author Charlie King argues that it may be time to replace your CEO as media spokesperson.
Cybersecured…ish? Is your business prepared for a cyber-attack?
Kirsty Fletcher-Reid explores the shipping industry's response to cyber security threats in this thought leadership piece written for a CIPR Professional PR Diploma assignment.
Demystifying public relations for private schools
Seth Barker applies the four-by-four model to argue for a strategic role for public relations in private schools.