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 [...]
By Janette van Kalkeren
The European continent comprises 51 countries with a total of 837 million habitants. Of these, 27 countries (500 million citizens) are members of the European Union (EU), within which there is free movement of people, goods, services and capital; 16 of these countries have the same currency, the Euro. So does this [...]
Before this blog changes format, look and prime authors (I will now continue to post occasionally, but only as a contributor and no longer as coordinator), I would like to report on the very intense and (so far) highly rewarding experience of the Stockholm Accords process that has involved me directly in these last few [...]
Public Relations before, during, after acquisitions and mergers. Fascinating lessons from Poznan, Poland!
Ok… it took me more than 20 hours by van to return to Italy, while an Icelandic dust closed all of Europe’s airports… courtesy of two young polish drivers (found via the Internet the evening before by one of my benefactors Monika Bogdal from Poznan’s University of Economics… the power of social media…)… yet I [...]
Stockholm Accords first draft up for comments. Please contribute, suggest, criticise and help shape the future of our profession
Have you ever heard of any profession uniting more than 70 national professional associations to implement a global yet highly flexible and local advocacy program to enhance its own perception in society by arguing issues where it believes to contribute more value to social, private and public sector organizations?
This blog has already discussed the Stockholm [...]
“Over the past years, we’ve seen very smart people make mistakes because they didn’t understand the context in which they were operating” – this sentence is extracted from an interesting op-ed column of last Friday’s NYT under the title ‘the power elite’