What motivates people to join PR’s professional bodies, is it just about postnominals and PR Week? Or is it something more?
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As one of the 250 people that ‘supported’ the book on Unbound, the crowdfunding publisher, I received an electronic version a few days ago, ahead of the hardback copy in March (I’m told). And now having read it, I find myself agreeing with more than I anticipated and much of what Robert said.
That is, perhaps, because Phillips didn’t reveal the whole story about his latest work – something he chastises organisations for in its pages – it isn’t simply about public relations and what he describes as its point of no return, it has a much wider remit that encompasses trust, leadership, business, politics and society too. (more…)