Help shape the CIPR’s new independent practitioner network by filling in its launch survey. The Chartered Institute of Public Relations is launching a new network to provide tailored support to freelance and independent PR practitioners. The CIPR said: “Working independently offers… Read More ›
CIPR LPS’ popular workshop with the Behavioural Insights Team helped communicators explore nudge theory. It highlighted how public services can improve outcomes for their residents through better understanding of human behaviour.
Peter Holt, Local Public Service PR practitioner and CIPR LPS committee member, shares his Chartership journey. He writes about the preparation involved and the attraction of being tested rigorously by experienced fellow professionals and alongside his peers.
The LPS Committee was the first committee to be formed in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. This year in 2018, we mark 70 years of the CIPR supporting practitioners in communications and PR.
Local Public Services CIPR committee member Dominic Ridley-Moy on why he adopted behavioural insights, often referred to as nudge, and how they can benefit your organisation. Book for our workshop on 31/1/2018.
The recent report on mental health and the public relations industry by #FuturePRoof highlighted the increasing prevalence of mental health in the PR industry and how it is often managed wrongly as a performance issue. It makes for fascinating reading and… Read More ›
Communications Team can play a vital role in increasing understanding and awareness about mental health. Martha Nahar talks about the approach used in her local NHS Trust including a ‘human library’ and internal staff championing.
Lucie Culkin writes about the strategic approach her council takes to its corporate communications activity