Thank you for all the wellbeing suggestions which we will highlight in our next feature. They will help inform how the CIPR’s LPS committee can continue to support practitioners now and in the future.
Dan Slee writes about the CIPR LPS’ Resource for Communicators and three guides available to help practitioners during the COVID-19 crisis and in the recovery phase.
This drop-in coffee break will run today (13 April 2020) at 7pm BST. We’ve set up this temporary service in response to members‘ requests for a space they could come together to talk (video optional) and share some ideas for wellbeing and strategies for working in self-isolation.
This resource on coronavirus (COVID-19) is updated daily to support communicators. It provides links and resources, categorised into topic sections. The information within including updates from official sources, web and social assets, can assist practitioners supporting communications in the public sector and other fields.
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