Reputation management

Reflections

On 18th February I am going into hospital, for elective surgery. That means, in short hand, surgery I have chosen to have. Who knew I would ever do that? I have a lot of...

#TerrorCommsGuide

For the last few months, I have been volunteering some of my time, along with Dan Gerrella and Claire Spencer, consultant to the CPNI to write new guidance for communications professionals, published today by...

Public Relations & Pay Equality

Research published today by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations is the first time my industry has gone behind the figures to find out what the drivers are for the embarrassing, unacceptable gender pay gap...

BBC Behind the Scenes Tour

We are delighted to be offering a bespoke tour of the BBC Bristol studios, newsroom and a panel discussion. Tickets are strictly limited, so book here – and please book early to avoid disappointment

CIPR President Elect: coming off the fence

Being President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations is an honour and a privilege and a high profile role, I know, I did it in 2015.

New date for Media Training Masterclass: 30th March 2017

Masterclass for anyone interesting in improving their media relations skills.

Supporting diversity in PR

Last year, I was President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, which comes with manifold responsibilities.  But was also an opportunity to highlight key issues for the industry – and the Institute.  In...

Top Tips for Trustees

Reputation should be the responsibility of a named board member. If you leave it to everyone, the risk is no one will do it.

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