Authenticity and Trust: the role of communications professions in the current coronavirus crisis

Share this PostBy Anne Nicholls In the space of just a few weeks our world was transformed. In early March …

Celebrating Learning at Work Week

Share this PostIt’s Learning at Work Week this week, led by the Campaign for Learning. In recognition, members of the …

THE UNETHICAL NATURE OF TURNING MAN INTO A TWENTIETH CENTURY ROBOT

Share this PostAI & ETHICS: THE UNETHICAL NATURE OF TURNING MAN INTO A TWENTIETH CENTURY ROBOT, COVID 19, 5G AND …

Remote Working: How can comms professionals maintain their worth during the Covid-19 outbreak?

Share this PostBy Adam Harwood MCIPR Adam is an accredited PR practitioner working in the skills sector with the Association …

Richard Garner

Share this PostRICHARD GARNER By Anne Nicholls Richard Garner, who sadly died on 28 January aged 69 after a short …

Preparing for the worst. How organisations in the education and skills sector manage crises

Share this PostBy Anne Nicholls The education and skills sector is no stranger to crises. From criticisms about vice-chancellors’ salaries, …

How do we make PR Graduates Employable?

Share this PostBy Dr Sian Rees, Head of Department of Media, Communication & PR, Swansea University An increasing number of …

DO WE NEED AN A.I TRANSPARENCY DISCLOSURE POLICY?

Share this PostBy Anthony Olabode Ayodele (Chart.PR) It was in the late ’90s. Grandmaster and World Chess Champion, Garry Kasparov, …

What’s so special about PR in the education and skills sector?

Share this PostBy Anne Nicholls, freelance PR/communications consultant specialising in education Some professions travel better than others. Take finance. Producing …