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.
Nine out of ten doctors agree
By applying some quick tests, you can make more informed decisions about interpreting data presented in reports, explains Dr Kevin Ruck.
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.
My doctoral diary (part two)
'I spent my time observing conversations on the bus, or while walking.' Miriam Pelusi discusses the use of ethnography to explore dialogue in her latest doctoral diary.
The power of suggestion
Guest author Nicole Bearne explores how suggestion schemes might still provide an effective channel for employee voice.
My doctoral diary (part one)
Guest contributor Miriam Pelusi explains why she's returned to the UK for her doctoral studies.
Managing communication in volatile times
We summarise the findings of the latest European Communication Monitor research study released today.
Charlie Hebdo media discourse analysis
Jennifer Sanchis studied media discourse around the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks for her dissertation.
Towards a theory of hygge public relations
Leeds Beckett final year Rebecca Midgley summarises her dissertation in which she explored a theory of hygge public relations.
Researching employee voice
We've made Kevin Ruck's research paper into employee voice available as a free download.
To protect and promote: the challenges facing corporate communicators
Research from VMA Group published today reveals the challenges and opportunities facing corporate communicators.
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