#50Over50: Suzy Giles
As a consultant in ESG communications and chair of the CIPR ESG PanelSuzy Giles feels her work making the complex as accessible as possible is having a positive impact.
The public relations perspective
It's a myth that public relations is easy and that anyone can do it. Practitioners are required to look in all directions and balance often competing interests.
#50over50: Jean Valin
Versatile Canadian Jean Valin has made a major contribution to the development of global professional standards in public relations.
#50over50: Anne Gregory
Public relations is not rocket science - it's much harder than that argues Professor Anne Gregory in our #50over50 profile.
What are we? Industry, profession or occupation?
Public relations is a professionalising field - but not yet a full profession. We review the arguments in favour of the status quo.
Briefing: Graduate careers in public relations
'The challenge for graduates is not so much getting into public relations as getting on in public relations'. Our briefing aimed at non-PR graduates explains about careers in public relations.
Qualifications: PR’s hidden success story
As they reflect on the past 15 years as a specialist professional training company, PR Academy's directors Kevin Ruck and Ann Pilkington offer thanks to their colleagues and partners - and to the thousands of practitioners who have become qualified through their courses.
#50over50: Robert Taylor
The latest person to be profiled in our #50over50 series is media trainer and author Robert Taylor, nominated by Caroline Black.
#50over50: Emma Leech
Emma Leech believes in the power of education to change lives, and has demonstrated commitment to her own professional development.
CIPR report reveals a community of active learners
The State of the Profession 2020 report gives us a snapshot of public relations in the UK.
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