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An open letter to Sarah Hall

Congratulations on winning the elections for CIPR President-Elect last week Sarah. The election has raised some fundamental issues, which are troubling me. Now is a good time to consider the role of CIPR and its relationship with the members.

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PR – a rose by any other name?

Stephen Waddington has described public relations as a work in progress. And so are the definitions. If you ask six practitioners to define PR you will get six different responses – or even seven. At first that sounds like madness. But is it?

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Are we going backwards?

Maybe I have been brainwashed. I am the daughter of a determined, independent woman and my education was shaped by strong women. My senior school was founded in 1705 and is one of the oldest girls schools in the country. The founder wanted girls to have a ‘proper’ education. I went to Bedford College, which […]

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YDKWYDK

Still stirring the alphabet soup of PR and marketing, this is a crucial combination. It is devastatingly simple and can have dramatic results for your professional career, or indeed life in general.

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ALPHABET SOUP OF PR AND MARKETING

Two letters in the alphabet soup of PR and Marketing stand out as being most important: U and Y. U: You, your organisation, your staff, your clients or customers, your stakeholders and your competitors. It’s all about your reputation: what these key people think about you, what they are saying about you and what they […]

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An open letter to Sarah Hall

Congratulations on winning the elections for CIPR President-Elect last week Sarah.

The election has raised some fundamental issues, which are troubling me. Now is a good time to consider the role of CIPR and its relationship with the members.

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