Business leaders need to improve their image, claims PRmoment this week. The weekly PR online magazine also offers tips for coping with redundancy.
Dealing with redundancy: How would you cope if you were made redundant? We offer advice about what to do next and case studies that prove redundancy can be a positive turning point.
Good and Bad PR: Interactive posters to help prevent domestic violence move Rich Leigh this week in his analysis of the best and worst of PR. He’s also visibly impressed by an ad from Lynx, but thinks Diageo needs to give credit where it's due.
Corporate leadership reputation research: PROs must help to improve corporate leaders' reputations as consumers are disillusioned about CEOs claims a recent study.
Hacked Off Flack. When our satirical columnist Hacked Off wins a new business pitch, at first he celebrates, until he finds out the reward his boss has lined up for him. Here are five of his least favourite “treats”.
View from the top: After analysing how brands use Twitter during disasters, PR firm Edelman’s Lauren Willmott offers some social media tactical advice.
Opinion: Business leaders must present themselves better in the media, including social media, says Rod Cartwright, director, global corporate practice at Ketchum.
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