Archive | September, 2011

Public relations intern policies

Public relations intern policies

Yesterday I attended a lively fringe meeting at the Labour Party conference organised by the IPPR (Institute of Public Policy Research) on ‘Forgotten Youth? Jobs and skills for a new generation’. The speakers included Andy Burnham MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Education), Katja Hall from the CBI, Stephen Uden from Microsoft UK and former […]

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The 100 most important in-house communicators in the world

The 100 most important in-house communicators in the world

The Holmes Report has researched an interesting list of the 100 Most Important In-house Communicators in the World. It is a fascinating compilation of 100 of the most senior corporate communications professionals in some of the world’s largest companies who are responsible for the reputation management of some enviable and challenging brands. It’s also released […]

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Social media policy video from Australian government department

Social media policy video from Australian government department

Over the last six years I’ve worked on developing a lot of social media policies – for multinational companies, large and small UK companies, public sector and voluntary/not-for-profit organisations – but I’ve got to confess this is the best idea I’ve seen so far. It’s one of those killer ‘wish I’d thought of that’ moments: […]

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