Insights from PR Place
Why trust in our causes can no longer be assumed
Guest contributor David Owen argues that saying you're a charity is no longer enough to earn trust.
This week in PR (6 December)
Here's our pick of news, conversation and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR.
Briefing: professional ethics
We draw on professional codes and the academic literature to provide an overview of ethics in public relations.
Shoot the messenger
Guest author Charlie King argues that it may be time to replace your CEO as media spokesperson.
Briefing: public relations trade and professional media
'Media still needed.' Here's our overview of the media covering public relations in the UK.
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.
Objectives and the spirit of econometrics
How do we know our efforts are working? For #AMECmm, author and evaluation expert Paul Noble explores questions of correlation and causation.
This week in PR (22 November)
Guess who or what dominated discussions this week? Here's our pick of #ThisWeekinPR
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.
Kevin Ruck previews his research report into listening in internal communication to be published on 2 December.