• Image courtesy of pixabay #StateofPR

    This week saw the launch of the State of the Profession survey from CIPR in partnership with Survation. The survey aims to examine the public relations profession by gathering the views of practitioners from across the industry. Data will be used to identify key issues and provide insight on topics such as gender pay, diversity, skills and competencies. PR is

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  • Image courtesy of wikimedia Politicians will intervene – just learn to know when

    Politicians have a habit of making negative comments about organisations or making policy changes that impact on them. These interventions inflict reputational and operational damage. But if you understand what causes politicians to intervene then you can avoid both of these outcomes. Politicians are elected. This fundamental truth can often be lost by some when they are dealing with government. A

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