Insights from PR Place
Review: Post-Truth Public Relations
In this wideranging new book, Gareth Thompson argues that we've already passed 'peak PR'.
Briefing: Public relations for journalists
Richard Bailey explains why it's unhelpful and no longer current to view public relations and journalism as opposed practices.
The fashioning of mental health
Richard McElwee discusses the mixed messages on mental health from brands and celebrities.
Are reputational experts failing at protecting their own reputation?
We effectively look after reputation for others, but what about our own? asks Holly McLennan.
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.
This week in PR (14 February)
Here's our pick of #ThisWeekinPR, including a selection of #prstudent writing.
Getting ALL aboard the brand train
With mergers and acquisitions, your strategy should aim to get as many people engaged and on board the brand train before it leaves the station – before it’s too late.
How to use a capability framework to upscale your career
Our careers specialist suggests how you can use the Global Capability Framework for yourself and within your teams.
This week in PR (7 February)
Here's our pick of news and comment from #ThisWeekinPR. Scroll down for #prstudent #bestPRblogs.
Communicators and data protection
Ranga Nasho reflects on the data protection issues facing communicators in the context of The Great Hack and GDPR.