We're delighted that regional groups of senior women in PR are springing up under the GWPR banner around the world. One of the first out of the blocks is GWPR Germany which recently held a well-attended networking event around a tour of the German press agency. Read about the visit below.
It's great to see so many senior women buying into the value of networking with peers and sharing experiences. Watch this space for more news about groups coming soon.
This is the first in our new series of articles which provide practical advice and resources for women at the top or on their way there.
Watch out for more on our themes of:- Leadership skills; Innovation; Business and finance; Public speaking; Confidence and Great books for leaders
If you'd like to contribute, contact the team on email@example.com
The Learning Zone: Purpose, motivation and networking like you mean it
Looking for a great podcast about women in the PR industry? Look no further! The Shequality podcast from the PR Council is a great source of information and inspiration for women in the PR industry. Subscribe to the podcast in all the usual places. We'll share the episodes we love here too.
"It’s tempting to hold on to things we love, but it is far more rewarding to enable those around you to soar."
Did you catch our #IWD special? Still as relevant today as it was last week. Resharing so that this great content continues to get the attention it deserves. First off - this from Elise Mitchell, President of ICCO, author and founder of the Mitchell Communications Group
International Women's Day 2018 - we pledge to #pressforprogress
To mark International Women’s Day 2018, we asked 18 senior women working in PR and communications to share their pledges to #pressforprogress in 2018.
Working in boardrooms of major global corporates, or at the top of PR agencies around the world, they are ideally placed to drive change. They’re also committed to ensuring that women are heard, encouraged, promoted and given every opportunity to take their places, in their turn, at the very top of their professions.
Karen van Bergen, one of the most prominent women in the PR Industry, was recently interviewed by the Holmes Report about her views on the future of the industry and the challenges of leading a group the size of Omnicom.