Category Archives: Chartered Institute of Public Relations

A crisis of confidence

It is something that we have talked about within the industry for some years but are we now facing a crisis of confidence? Continue reading

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Are we in touch?

One question was in my mind when I was reading through the results of the State of the Profession survey released by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in the UK today (Wednesday 15 July). The report is full … Continue reading

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A Global Response

In the past few months we have seen the importance of communication to helping people at a time of crisis. It can support the immediate response and preserve and protect life. It can show people the right thing to do. … Continue reading

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Keep calm and comms on

Monday morning started with the Prime Minister back at work and making a decisive statement that the lockdown measures will continue for the moment. I am not going to get into political commentary but one thing is clear now may … Continue reading

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Getting through this together

I imagine like me you have lost count of the amount of times you have heard someone says these are unprecedented times. We all know, they are. Communicators are under significant pressure and we have only made it through week … Continue reading

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My PR

I wasn’t going to write about the Radio 4 Media Show debate on PR but after mulling over the discussion I feel I must. I will start with a confession that I started my working life as a journalist but … Continue reading

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Lead with passion

It seems that 2018 has flown by at an unbelievable speed and as it draws to a close it signals the end of the reign of Sarah Hall as CIPR President. This has been a year of significant achievements and … Continue reading

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Showing your metal: Platinum launches

When the opportunity arose to be part of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) crowdsourced book I jumped at the chance to get involved. The end result of months of work coordinated expertly by Stephen Waddington is launched today. … Continue reading

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A little issue of ethics

Even though I am on a week holiday from work I have still had a few days littered with some key discussions about communication and public relations. The focus has been on ethics and the role communicators should have in … Continue reading

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The future of PR

There seems to have been a lot of discussion of what the future of PR can and should be. Some of it is aspirational and some is hamstrung by the past. Both the Chartered Institute for Public Relations and the … Continue reading

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