Tag Archives: PR

Crisis, communication and Covid-19

But it does surprise me that when asked about what they expect to be focused on in the times ahead we resort back to PR campaigns. Continue reading

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Releasing control: what can we learn from the Netherlands

“Here people’s responses have ranged from those who have been too afraid to go out and have really locked down, to those who have almost refused to wear masks.” Suzy Giles Continue reading

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What is it that you do?

Another programme and another vague and dismissive definition of PR. I was channel hopping the other day when Come Dine with Me caught my eye. (Don’t judge me for that!) On it was a woman who was said to work … Continue reading

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When the matter is not closed

It has been an interesting couple of days. After photographs of Matt Hancock kissing an aide surfaced shortly followed by video of the same you can see the reputations crisis developing. The fury from the public was focused not on … Continue reading

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Game, set and match

There is no doubt that facing the media when you are stressed, anxious or depressed is a daunting thing. Even when you are feeling on top of things doing media interviews is pressured. Continue reading

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How far will you go?

As a young reporter I remember going for an interview for a role and being asked ‘how far would to go to get a story?’ and then being given a set of scenarios. Continue reading

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Think the unthinkable

Dealing with a pandemic was always going to be one of the biggest tests any organisation or any individuals will have to face. Learning from the experiences we have been through is vital to ensure that we build resilience and … Continue reading

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Could or will?

People hate uncertainty. Business markets hate uncertainty. But the one thing we have had a lot of in recent months is uncertainty. This is a big issue for communicators who face having to make difficult decisions about what to say. … Continue reading

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What is the future for horse racing?

Sadly the photograph of racehorse trainer Gordon Elliot appeared on my social media timelines and it is an image that stuck in my head. As a long time horse owner this was a reputational crisis that made me really think. … Continue reading

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A longing for a messaging rethink

Saturday night in January 2021. Not at all like many Saturday nights I have had in my life. No going to the pub, no meal at a nice restaurant, and no getting dressed up. This is becoming the normal way … Continue reading

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