Have you got your Diploma and are wondering what to do next? This is the path that the inspirational Hilary Berg has taken…… Over to you Hilary: Hilary Berg, PR Diploma graduate and about to complete her Masters. “This has
An interview with Aisling O’Connor, Dip.CIPR Those working in financial services have had a lot to contend with in recent years. Working in a largely conservative industry that is constantly confronted with changing regulatory demands has been compounded by the challenge to
By Heather Yaxley A guiding principle of new CIPR Professional PR Diploma is to enable public relations practitioners to examine their moral and ethical responsibilities. This is not simply a matter of signing up to a code of conduct or
By David Summerhayes As a PR professional you will manage, shape and protect the image of your client. But as a guardian of reputation, who is guarding you? Is it possible that you might trample on the reputation of others in
Perceptions of public relations are changing. Nowhere is that more strongly evidenced than in the Government’s Communications Services (GCS). The GCS are positioned at the heart of the government’s ambition to provide economic security, protect national security and extend opportunity.
By Lorraine Forrest-Turner, CIPR trainer and freelance copywriter Too many newsletters are boring, preachy and inaccessible. The publishers assume people will read them because it tells them things they need to know about the organisation. But just because someone should
It’s that time of year again. Colleagues are taking it in turns to head off to the sun, the roads are noticeably quieter and everything is scheduled to start happening again in September ‘when everyone’s back’. Sound familiar? As a
What do Chateau Pavie Wine, pig farming and Marcel Duchamp’s urinal all have in common? If you said they are all prizes in The Generation Game, you would only be half-right. The correct answer is that they are all wise