Next Monday, PR professionals will attend a 'hack day' at the CIPR headquarters where a topic for debate will be how to stem the tide of skilled female practitioners leaving PR because of unsatisfactory maternity and return-to-work practices.1 comment
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Why use complex phrases to describe simple actions? It doesn't make sense, says Lucy Willatt, account director, corporate and professional services, The PR Office.
The co-author of PR Today and Richmond University's professor of PR gives it to you straight.
Our resident psychologist says if you want to develop new skills, forget learning by rote and hone the ability to retrieve key information under pressure.
Perhaps the biggest frustration for any PR professional is the lack of credit that they receive for their work, their advice, even their entire careers.
Across the UK, from Edinburgh to Earls Court, the public relations industry isolates the public and gives a masterclass in how to create barriers instead of opportunities.
Hanover, Whitehouse Consultancy, Freedman Brown and Jargon PR are the first PR agencies to sign up to PR Internships For All since the scheme was expanded to smaller agencies and in-house departments last month.
The talk of the need for greater creativity in the PR industry has become a little bit of an obsession for many of us since the Cannes Lions demonstrated how difficult winning our own category, against the best of the world's advertising and digital creative teams, truly is.
Our resident psychologist says that upsetting emotions affect people physically, but shaking your whole body out can help release the tensions.
PRWeek's Strategic Internal Communications conference on 27 November, which brings you expert advice from IC professionals, will be holding a Decade of Achievement Awards drinks in the evening.
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