ITL #383 A path to the top table: defining the future board, now

Many businesses are changing how they operate, calling for a reappraisal of director skills and profiles. Will this help more comms leaders get a seat on the board? By Vivian Lines.

ITL #382 What do lawyers truly think about communicators in a crisis?

International research among experienced crisis lawyers finds that communicators and legal professionals really do think differently. By Tony Jaques.

ITL #381   Global crisis: allowing the Corporate Affairs Director to shine?

The misunderstood role of the Corporate Affairs Director, and why it’s not dissimilar to the Chief Operating Officer. By Matthew Jervois.

ITL #380 Distance learning: bite-sized skills training for PR worldwide

The PR Training Academy provides laser-focused, PR-specific skills training endorsed by IPRA to the industry worldwide. By Ellen Gunning.

ITL #379   Covid-19: accelerating the evolution of corporate communications in Central & Eastern Europe

History never repeats itself exactly, but the 2007-8 financial crisis may provide a few clues as to how the covid-19 crisis will, over time, affect the communications landscape. By Ben Petter.

ITL #378   An eye to the future: sincerity is the new necessity

Brands must prepare for the next generation of consumers who even before adulthood have strong values. By Pelin Kocaalp.

ITL #377   Business understanding for the CCO: four levels, two contexts

There’s far more to a business than its financials. Chief Communications Officers should focus on a broader and more holistic understanding to earn the trust of their top managers. By Anders Monrad Rendtorff.

ITL #376   Don’t sleepwalk into AI: PR must diversify roles and support business innovation

Many managers tasked with harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) don’t have the experience and framework to understand it. PR needs to upskill to help with decision making and value creation. By Kerry Sheehan.

ITL #375   Covid-19 in Africa: steering brands through challenging circumstances

Three steps communicators can take to build brands and reputation. By Robyn de Villiers.

ITL #374 Science communications: the importance of facts in an increasingly faux science world

How can we address the proliferation of fake news and improve scientific literacy? By Carol Borchert
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