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Craig Pearce
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PR professional, believes in short-term pain for long term reputation gain
PR professional, believes in short-term pain for long term reputation gain

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The show is over. Time to put away the circus. Best to all. Au revoir. Antio. Farewell.

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At the heart of effective communication is articulating a compelling story – storytelling – a topic discussed at length in the free resource, The Communicator’s Guide to Successful Change Management. And it’s not as easy as it might sound. Storytelling is one of the cornerstone components of communication that is applied to assist in change management. Check this new post and please share!

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A Communicator’s Guide to Successful Change Management is a free resource packed with user-friendly and functional insights and advice on how communication contributes to effective change management. The guide features intel from seven experienced communication and change professionals, and will benefit all levels of practitioner. Subscribe or email me - craig at craigpearce.info - for your copy: please share the news!

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A summary of content previously posted on the #PRredefined  site. Feel free to share (and comment of course) if you think it's worth doing so.

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With the torrent of information that courses through the multiplicity of channels which exist to get in our faces, get inside our minds and change our behaviours, is silence the most underrated approach to communication a public relations professional possesses? Silence would certainly seem to offer the greatest point of difference – and, therefore, power? – a communicator possesses. [If you enjoy the post, please share it.]

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A public relations professional will fail to achieve their potential unless they actively engage with the arts. Society itself will be fundamentally – in a socialised or social sense – anorexic as well without the arts playing a central role in the lives of its people. But for PR professionals specifically, a lack of immersion in the arts is an absolute horror show...

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