The latest episode of CIPR International's podcast is available here. This time our guest is Dr David Landsman OBE, keynote speaker at the 2019 Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture. David shares thoughts on how and why PR and diplomacy are two sides of the same coin, and outlined his views on how every aspect of communication today is international - whether you like it or not. Listening to the podcast allows CIPR members to claim 5 CPD points. #podcast #MaggieNally
Can you trust research? Tying in with CIPR's Ethics Festival, the CIPR International committee recently arranged a successful panel event challenging attendee's perceptions about the use of research in communications.
Were you unable to join us on the evening? Don't worry, we have recorded a podcast with an expert panel discussing the ethics of communicating research. Sponsored by Lansons and worth 5 CPD points, host Eva Maclaine FCIPR guides us through this fascinating lis
With a CIPR report estimating that 12% of a PR practitioner’s total skills could be complemented or replaced by AI today, potentially climbing to 38% within five years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not a challenge for the future – it already is one today. But exactly how will AI change the way we communicate? What threats and opportunities does AI present for the communications industry? And what are the ethical implications? Hosted by Jon Cronin, Director and Head of Broa