‘So what do you do?’ Perhaps the most over asked question in the history of small talk. Last week it was my optician’s turn to quiz me on my choice of career. ‘I work in communications’ I responded squinting at.
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The communications plan we are publishing today is the culmination of months of planning, debate and cross-government work. It sets out what we as a profession will do over the next year to save and improve lives, build business and.
When it’s a career of course: whether it’s saving and improving lives, supporting the economy or promoting Britain in the world, working in government communications is much more than just a job. That’s the message we’re promoting this month as.
This week sees the launch of Inspire – an intensive learning programme for a cohort of 37 high potential senior government communication professionals. This talent programme is designed to accelerate the development of communication leaders of the future, and is.
Public Health England and Alzheimer’s Society have joined forces in a major new campaign for Dementia Friends to mobilise the whole country to tackle one of the biggest health issues facing England. The campaign aims to help transform how society.