Insights from PR Place
This week in PR (30 April)
Here's our roundup of content and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR, including our selection of #prstudent posts.
The role of communications in reducing the prevalence of poor mental health in the construction industry
Three times more low-skilled labourers in construction roles will commit suicide annually than the male national average. Lauren Pott asks how communications could help change this shocking statistic.
Review: Truth Be Told
'This is an important book published at an opportune moment.' Richard Bailey reviews Truth Be Told.
This week in PR (23 April)
Here's our editor's pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR.
Changing the climate change conversation
'This is the opportunity to influence behaviour change and encourage the public to act rather than just be aware' argues Vickie Cox in this article on climate change communication.
#50over50: Robert Taylor
The latest person to be profiled in our #50over50 series is media trainer and author Robert Taylor, nominated by Caroline Black.
So you want to work in PR?
These are challenging times for job applicants. Here's some advice that may help.
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.