Voting for the next president of the UK’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) opens on 7 May (closing on 21 May) with two candidates in the race:
Stephen Waddington MCIPR (Twitter and LinkedIn)
Dr. Jon White FCIPR (Twitter and LinkedIn)
We invited them to participate in a PR Conversations post, and asked our public relations colleague and [...]
Here’s a short intro to Paull Young:
He’s the guy who, while working in a quiet office with you, on some tedious but essential deliverable, late at night, will start humming out loud the majestic Jurassic Park theme song because, he says, it “makes everything more meaningful” (it does—try it).
He’s that [...]
As an employee relations (or internal communication) professional, how do you specifically identify your stakeholders?
What approach and methods do you adopt and how do you implement them appropriately in order to communicate clearly?
A guest interview and conversation between
Toni Muzi Falconi and Rachel Miller
Recently Toni Muzi Falconi approached PR Conversations about some of [...]
Shortly before the holiday break began in December, I received an email from Stephanie Cegielski, associate director, public relations, of the Public Relations Society of America, inviting me to submit a 2013 trends post for the PRSay blog.
Besides nailing down whether I could comply with the submission deadline, I was curious to find out more about the #PRin2013 initiative. I [...]
Engaging for Success; an innovative UK program
Guest post by Rachel Miller
What is the cost of disengaged employees to a department, brand or a nation?
A voluntary movement in the United Kingdom has brought employee engagement into sharp focus with the revelation that disengagement loses the UK billions of pounds annually.
This month, leaders from 44 of [...]
The PRoust Questionnaire provides a quick insight into a public relations practitioner’s interests and point of view, as well as his or her professional beliefs and values.
If you are not familiar with the original 19th-century Proust Questionnaire, please see details at the end of this post.
PRoust Questionnaire answers from Fraser Likely:
1. What [...]
Public relations for public relations is effective! Why should we be surprised?
Guest OpEd by Toni Muzi Falconi
“I have nothing against regulation that verifies and controls, in the public interest, the consequences of our actions, because we need to be fully responsible for what we do. As journalists need to be free to write what they [...]
With only a couple of weeks to go before the Global Alliance’s World Public Relations Forum (WPRF) kicks off, I was reminded of Heather Yaxley’s post around this time last year on relationship advice for PR practitioners. More than 700 delegates from every continent will be meeting in Australia and part of the agenda will [...]