Daily PR Brief – Fri 05/28/21


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At what age do you peak in PR? (PRmoment (UK) – May 27, 2021)

PR’s Top Pros Talk: Ken Jacobs (O’Dwyer’s – May 28, 2021) [VIDEO]

Pioneer Marsha P. Johnson (1945–1992) (Institute for Public Relations – May 27, 2021)

The 5 Most Impressive Press Releases from May (Cision Media Research – May 28, 2021)

AMA: Best Holiday Weekend Reading Recommendations (Spin Sucks – May 28, 2021)

Americans know racial injustice is a problem—and it shapes their expectations of businesses (Agility PR – May 28, 2021)

The Connection Between PR and ESG (HMA Public Relations – May 27, 2021)

Plank Leaders Discuss Ethics with Scripps PRSSA (Culpwrit – May 27, 2021)

Making the most of medical meetings: Tips and tricks for PR pros (Muck Rack Blog – May 27, 2021)

Are you overlooking this crucial part of delivering a powerful presentation? (Media First (UK) – May 27, 2021)

Study: PR Needs To Do More To Tackle Climate Misinformation (PRovoke – May 28, 2021)

Summary Section:

At what age do you peak in PR?
By Daney Parker
PRmoment (UK) – May 27, 2021
With age comes experience, but is this a useful asset in PR, or are you more appreciated when you are young? We ask PRs for their views on working in PR at different ages, the pros and the cons.

PR’s Top Pros Talk: Ken Jacobs [VIDEO]
By Steve Barnes
O’Dwyer’s – May 28, 2021
Jacobs Consulting & Executive Coaching principal Ken Jacobs uncovers some of the secrets to leadership success during challenging times on the latest “PR’s Top Pros Talk” video interview with Doug Simon.

Pioneer Marsha P. Johnson (1945–1992)
Institute for Public Relations – May 27, 2021
IPR is featuring some of the many LGBTQ+ pioneers and modern-day heroes to celebrate pride month. Marsha P. Johnson was a Black transgender woman and social activist. She legally changed her name after moving from New Jersey to Greenwich Village in 1966 and was recognized for being a central figure in the American gay liberation movement.

The 5 Most Impressive Press Releases from May
By Glenn Frates
Cision Media Research – May 28, 2021
As we look back on May releases, what stood out during this past earnings period were Investor Relations (IR) announcements breaking that old, traditional block-paragraph template.

AMA: Best Holiday Weekend Reading Recommendations
By Gini Dietrich, Founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich
Spin Sucks – May 28, 2021
On this week’s Spin Sucks AMA, Gini Dietrich gives you a handful of book recommendations to take into your U.S. holiday weekend.

Americans know racial injustice is a problem—and it shapes their expectations of businesses
By Richard Carufel
Agility PR – May 28, 2021
The past year has decidedly increased people’s awareness of racial injustice, and a new study from diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy firm Paradigm explores how the past twelve months have shaped Americans’ views on the issue—and what that means for businesses.

The Connection Between PR and ESG
By Justin Liggin
HMA Public Relations – May 27, 2021
Public relations initiatives that prioritize Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues have become a key to success for not only brand reputation and marketability, but for the planet as well.

Plank Leaders Discuss Ethics with Scripps PRSSA
By Kelly Lambers
Culpwrit – May 27, 2021
Ohio University PRSSA students won the Plank Center’s annual “Be Like Betsy” challenge, winning an exclusive ethics panel discussion with seven PR leaders.

Making the most of medical meetings: Tips and tricks for PR pros
By Tyler Burt
Muck Rack Blog – May 27, 2021
We chatted with Sothea Shreck, vice president at BCW Global, to learn more about medical meetings and her tips and tricks for helping PR pros make the most of their time there.

Are you overlooking this crucial part of delivering a powerful presentation?
By Adam Fisher
Media First (UK) – May 27, 2021
Have you sat through a presentation and found yourself getting lost because the whole thing just felt a bit disorganised?

Study: PR Needs To Do More To Tackle Climate Misinformation
By Maja Pawinska Sims
PRovoke – May 28, 2021
New research finds communications professionals are nervous about expertise, bandwagoning and greenwashing.


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