Tag Archives: PR

Finding ways to cope

I was pleased to read that the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) is tackling one of the last taboo subjects – that of mental health issues. It follows recent surveys that have shown it is a problem for the … Continue reading

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Invest in yourself

For many of us work is more than a full time job, and we try to pack a lot into the rest of the time we have. One of the things that can get neglected or forgotten is to value … Continue reading

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Who are the audience?

I met an amazing man today, Stephen who produces articles for the Talking Newspapers which provide national and local news for the blind and visually-impaired. He provides a valuable service and one that I am sure lots of organisations don’t … Continue reading

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You can’t please all the people

We all want to be liked, or do we? There is a lot of research about how we are all craving acceptance from society and our peers. It means we spend a lot of time trying to ‘fit in’ and … Continue reading

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Ask, listen and don’t instruct

It seems we are no longer talking about internal communication but now the focus is on employee engagement. Unfortunately, the speed of change in the approach is not being mirrored within many organisations. Even when employee engagement gets mentioned the … Continue reading

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Are you a communication professional?

There was an interesting article that appeared in my timelines today from Stephen Waddington former president of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). He identifies five defining characteristics of a profession. He claims these are barrier to entry, community … Continue reading

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Does effective communication need big money?

The past 36 hours have shown how the world of communication is a vast thing that means different things to different people. At the same time as I was talking to people about how to make an impact with your … Continue reading

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