Insights from PR Place
How government communicators should tackle misinformation
Guest author Harjinder Randhawa proposes a five step plan for government communicators to handle misinformation.
#50over50: Mike Pounsford
Mike Pounsford has been championing the people dimension in business for several decades. He once even told Sir Martin Sorrell that the numbers aren't everything.
This week in PR (15 October)
You pick what to write about - and the content around wellbeing is especially strong #ThisWeekinPR.
My doctoral diary (part 4): ‘The camino of strategic communication’
Doctoral student Miriam Pelusi reports on EUPRERA 2021 Congress in Pamplona.
I absolutely loved writing. It’s still my favourite thing to do – write, write, write.
2015 #prstudent #bestPRblogs winner Livi Crawford reflects on blogging, career ambitions and life events.
This is a book that is of interest to anyone working in PR and communication management who values taking a broader perspective, adopting ‘Anthropology Intelligence’, to better understand stakeholders.
As organisations around the world confront a wave of disinformation and misinformation, PR people can help them rise to the challenge – but first we must reckon with PR’s own reputation when it comes to spinning the truth argues Vincenzo Magagna.
Who’s listening? Invitation to take part in our research
Internal communication managers are invited to sign up for a focus group for the latest round of Who's Listening? research.
This week in PR (8 October)
Here's our pick of content and conversations as the party conferences end and the university year begins.
My blog helped me into Weber Shandwick and L’Oréal
Lucy Hayball was #bestPRblogs winner in 2017 while studying at Bournemouth University. She now works in beauty PR.
Remote work is here to stay
Internal corporate communication managers are at the foreground of finding consistent ways to connect with co-located and remote employees argues Alyona Yakymchuk.
Has the world gone mad?
Black swan events are supposed to be rare. Why are so many coming at once asks crisis comms expert Chris Tucker.