Mad Men and Working Girls
The Mad Men & Working Girls folk theory of career progression is dated, dysfunctional and irrelevant for the contemporary workplace, argues Dr Heather Yaxley.
So you want to work in… Publishing PR?
Olivia Thomas describes her work as a publicity manager for a book publisher.
So you want to work in… Charity comms?
Lateefah Jean-Baptiste shares insights on working in third sector comms.
So you want to work in… Fashion PR?
Sonal Nayee discusses fashion PR in the first of a new series on sectors and specialisms.
#MindThePRGap day two: ‘Education is the only solution’
On day two, #MindThePRGap speakers, panellists and delegates addressed the future of work and careers.
Sign up for virtual Mind The PR Gap 2020
Here's a reminder of how to register for next week's virtual #MindThePRGap conference.
From the Mad Men model to liquid professionalism
We preview the speakers and themes from day two of Virtual Mind the PR Gap 2020 and share the free registration details.
The comms and key workers question
We're working from home - and in some cases re-evaluating our purpose. How many of us can claim to be key workers?
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.
Public relations for absolute beginners
In response to a challenge, here's an attempt to explain public relations to those who've not worked in or studied it.
Being flexible. The career implications of changing patterns of work
Dr Heather Yaxley addresses flexible working, four day weeks and career narratives.