Insights from PR Place
This week in PR (30 June)
AI is once again prominent in conversations #ThisWeekinPR, but one topic is dominant - the annual Cannes Lions postmortem, louder than ever this year.
Greenwashing, greenhushing and developing your career in the field of sustainability
A recent CIPR ESG Panel event warned of the risks of making vague environmental claims. Chris Tucker explores the use of language around sustainability.
Read books, ask questions, become media literate, don’t give up, write every day
With so many international students choosing to studying an MA in Public Relations, here's our advice on how to make the most of the opportunity and gain a return on your investment in you.
Review: Building a Culture of Inclusivity
Kevin Ruck welcomes a new book on diversity, equity and inclusion - and another addition to the internal communication bookshelf - as a useful resource for practitioners.
This week in PR (23 June)
Cannes, crises, disinformation, ESG and lobbying were among the talking points #ThisWeekinPR. But behind everything there's the drumbeat of AI.
#50over50: Jean Valin
Versatile Canadian Jean Valin has made a major contribution to the development of global professional standards in public relations.
This week in PR (16 June)
AI, careers, clothes, conferences, pay and politics were prominent among the talking points #ThisWeekinPR.
We’re getting back in the classroom!
Ann Pilkington explains why it's time to get back to some face-to-face learning.
Time to jump on the TikTok train?
Millie Salkeld understands the constraints on public sector communicators, but she argues that with more than 80% of users on TikTok aged 16 to 34 years old its current viral popularity gives organisations a chance to engage with the younger demographic who have moved off Facebook.
Unpacking internal communication and employee engagement
Dr Kevin Ruck argues that a more sophisticated understanding of employee engagement has consequences for internal communication.
This week in PR (2 June)
There are plenty of links to a range of topics you were discussing #ThisWeekinPR. But if you follow just one recommendation, listen to Steph Bridgeman and Richard Bagnall discussing the AMEC Summit on the PRmoment podcast.