The most important aspect of any public relations job is communication – this is why a lot of people have started to use the term Communications for many, if not all, of their public relations roles.
So why is it that so many people, even in the industry, don’t used tailored communications?
I will never understand why people are always preached to be unique individuals, but blanket communications are expected to be effective across everyone.
Of course this doesn’t work! Continue reading
As 2018 comes to a close, I have been reflecting on my first few months in the world of PR.
I simply cannot believe how far Red Panda Public Relations has come in it’s first three months!
So now, as we welcome the new year of 2019, I have decided to share with you my goals in PR for the new year… Continue reading
One week ago today, Richard Bailey (PR blogger and mind behind #bestPRblogs) gave a talk to my MSc Public Relations class at the University of South Wales. He imparted some of his seventeen years of blogging know-how, and in just one hour, made the whole class more confident in the art of Public Relations blogging.
He bestowed upon us the three C’s of blogging and shared his opinion one other C that is already becoming very important to the online world of sharing thoughts and ideas. Continue reading
Internal communication is an integral component of a company’s success or failure. So why are our own, personal, internal communications so often neglected?
Obviously, employees know to be polite and kind to colleagues, but why are so few of us kind to ourselves?
This post explores how important self-care and internal-internal communications are in public relations.