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October 24, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on ethics in international PR

Public relations are the gatekeepers of brand mission. International PR feels this pressure, as it needs to navigate across a variety of cultures. What are the challenges to ethical behaviour in international PR? Are there different implications when AI enters the stage? We were joined by CIPR International (@CIPR_Int) to discuss topics including: What does […]

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October 11, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on the CIPR strategy document

The @CIPR_UK draft strategy and consultation have stirred up strong feelings in the profession. Does the strategy go far enough? You had your say on this week’s #CommsChat. Our special guests were @RobBrown, managing partner at Rule 5 and a former CIPR president, as well as Story Starts Here & Grow Social Capital director Andy […]

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October 7, 2019 #CommsChat on the CIPR strategy document

The @CIPR_UK draft strategy and consultation have stirred up strong feelings in the profession. Does the strategy go far enough? Have your say. Our special guests will be @RobBrown, managing partner at Rule 5 and a former CIPR president, as well as Story Starts Here & Grow Social Capital director Andy Green @Starts_Story. Topics include: […]

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July 24, 2019 #CommsChat on the summertime blues

As we wind down for our annual summer hiatus, we’ll be looking at how communicators can beat the summertime blues.Topics include: Is the summer a difficult time for PR in terms of cut-through? How can agencies beat the summer slowdown and remain productive? Do internal communicators have a tough time in engagement and awareness during […]

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July 23, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on the blurred lines between marketing and PR

The lines between PR and marketing have steadily blurred. This week on #CommsChat, we were joined by the @PRCA_UK who discussed the challenges facing communications professionals in embracing a more flexible approach as well as the new situation in which both PR and marketing professionals find themselves.  

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July 22, 2019 #CommsChat on PR and marketing: whose lane is it anyway?

The lines between PR and marketing have steadily blurred. This week on #CommsChat, we’ll be joined by the @PRCA_UK discussing the challenges facing communications professionals in embracing a more flexible approach as well as the new situation in which both PR and marketing professionals find themselves. Topics include: Should PR and marketing be separate specialties? […]

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July 2, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on public speaking and influencing

Communicating IRL. Remember that? What are the arts of public speaking and influence?  

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June 28, 2019 #CommsChat on public speaking and influencing

Communicating IRL. Remember that? What are the arts of public speaking and influence? Topics include: What public speaking skills should all communicators have? Why? Is there still a place for public speaking in public relations? Do interpersonal comms hold more sway when trying to influence someone than digital comms? Why or why not? What do […]

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June 12, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on science comms and PR

This week on #CommsChat, we were joined by Leah Elston-Thompson (@leahet) from technical and technology PR agency Stone Junction. She  discussed the challenges related to B2B and B2C communications in the field of science. And it was excellent!

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May 14, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on the #PRCACensus

This week, the PRCA unveiled its annual PR and Communications Census which painted a picture of an industry in transition. On Monday’s #CommsChat, we were joined by PRCA director general Francis Ingham (@Ingers1975) who shared some insights from the report and discussed the state of the PR and communications industry.    

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