Insights from PR Place
Content, collaboration, community
Richard Bailey reflects on the lessons learnt from three years of PR Place Insights.
Public consultation: Is it just a ‘tick-box’ exercise?
'As communication and engagement professionals the challenge is have we really listened, have we really engaged, have we let everyone have their say or are we just ticking a box?' Clare Carlaw explores consultation.
#50over50: Paul Noble
We profile author, trainer and educator Paul Noble as he prepares to retire from his public relations work.
Case study: When PR should avoid making headlines
There's a new statue to a pioneer of women's rights. Ruth Wilson would have advised more clothes - and fewer headlines.
So you want to work in… Publishing PR?
Olivia Thomas describes her work as a publicity manager for a book publisher.
The ethics of social media
The risk-benefit analysis of relying on social media in public sector comms needs careful thought, argues Connie Primmer.
Global survey aims to dig deeper into listening to employees
'We’re now embarking on the final phase of the research, a global survey supported by the IABC Foundation, that seeks to better understand attitudes towards listening.' Kevin Ruck welcomes your participation.
Being invisibly visible
In this thought leadership article written earlier in the year, Sophia Danielsson-Waters explores the emotional toll of working in public relations.
PR Place guide to freelance and flexible working
There are opportunities among the challenges presented by 2020. So we've published our guide to freelance and flexible working.
Reflecting on six editions of The Public Relations Handbook
Alison Theaker reflects on the 'glacial shift' in public relations as she reflects on six editions of her textbook The Public Relations Handbook.