Category Archives: work

At different stages

There was an interesting article I read on the PR Moment website today about the three stages of a PR career. You can read it here https://www.prmoment.com/category/pr-insight/the-three-phases-of-your-pr-career%C2%A0 I am definitely in phase three which gets only a brief mention. Having … Continue reading

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Educate, explain and get positive

I have read some really interesting blogs recently about the frustrations that PR and communication professionals face on a daily basis. They range from being amusing to making me really angry. Like most comms people I have battled the demands … Continue reading

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Employees first

There was another interesting Commschat that took place last night and once again the focus was heavily on reputation management. In the Twitterchat this time it was the role of internal communication on reputation that was under discussion. It was … Continue reading

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In a personal capacity

I was taken today by the phrase used in a statement about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s attendance at an event. The question is as the head of any organisation can you do anything in ‘a personal capacity’ or as leader … Continue reading

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Stop the boardroom debate

Once again the issue of PR as a strategic management function has been raised this time in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) State of the Profession 2018 report published today. The report says “Senior representation for the PR … Continue reading

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Part of the story

It may have escaped your attention but today is International Day of Happiness and a chance for us to consider what makes us happy. That may sound like a really simple question: what makes you happy? It may be a … Continue reading

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The real story

Many people will have read the story about the former Sainsbury’s employee Mrs Salomon who was able to continue to work despite living with Alzheimer’s. She managed to do it only with the support of her employers who made reasonable … Continue reading

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