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Steve Barrett on PR: World will never be the same again

Steve Barrett on PR: World will never be the same again

The coronavirus pandemic is causing fundamental changes to significant parts of our daily lives that will result in a new normal once COVID-19 is defeated.

PR fashion for a good cause. But what would the shirts say?

PR fashion for a good cause. But what would the shirts say?

Following up: What phrases could be imprinted on the clothing?

DePaul student creates perfect accessories for pitching reporters from home

DePaul student creates perfect accessories for pitching reporters from home

Proudly wear one of your most overused phrases.

Airbnb’s Musa Tariq inspires Instagram to change Questions feature

Airbnb’s Musa Tariq inspires Instagram to change Questions feature

Instagram wants to “spread more kindness in the world."

When the going gets tough, the tough get going

When the going gets tough, the tough get going

Some of the individuals may be surprising, but true leaders are really stepping up to the plate in the fight against coronavirus – and they are doing it using authentic and empathetic communication.

Which leaders are stepping up in coronavirus comms?

Which leaders are stepping up in coronavirus comms?

Several leaders have emerged as top communicators amid the pandemic.

From the editor: An events update for PRWeek US

From the editor: An events update for PRWeek US

The latest details on the PRWeek Awards, Brand Film Awards and Hall of Femme from PRWeek US editorial director Steve Barrett..

Learning to honor cracked buckets

Learning to honor cracked buckets

“I’ve come to appreciate that much of our growth comes from the hard stuff.”

A sense of urgency is vital to cope with COVID-19

A sense of urgency is vital to cope with COVID-19

Concerted and acute action must continue to be implemented if the U.S. is to avoid what happened in Italy – and communicators are crucial in getting these messages across.

Parents WFH: Are you still hiding from your children during calls?

Parents WFH: Are you still hiding from your children during calls?

There's no shame in admitting it.