Claire Goring talks about the challenges of a unique role within a matrix corporate structure and what communicators must do in order to meet the challenges.
Follow these five simple tips to avoid falling foul of some common interview blunders and spoiling your chances of success.
Guest Blog: Andy Sommer, PR and Communications Manager at esure, gives us his insights into the rules of successful story pitching.
Are you having to drag yourself out of bed and knock back a double shot latte before you can start to feel even remotely all right about the prospect of another day at the office?
In response to a question put forward by PR Week on the use of LinkedIn by headhunters, this is what Sarah Leembruggen, Managing Partner at The Works Search and Selection, had to say.
Annette Spencer, Director of Communications at the Investment Management Association (IMA), shares her insights on the need for good planning and organisation, and how there’s no substitute for a bit of good old-fashioned hard work.
So you’ve landed your new job, the interview was an outstanding success - well done, you! It all seemed so straightforward when you were doing the conga at your office leaving party, but there’s nothing quite like new job jitters to bring on a serious crisis of confidence.
We’ve all been told that it’s okay to make mistakes. Messing up here and there shows that we’re only human. Hear what five women in the spotlight had to say about some of the stumbling blocks they encountered en route to greatness.
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As the world’s most popular drink, it’s highly likely that tea is one of your beverages of choice. You’ve also in all probability heard of its many health benefits. But what exactly can a brew do for you?