The public relations industry needs a new mindset.
The PRCA and CIPR have been tracking industry mental health and wellbeing for many years and, for the first time, both bodies have come together to launch the Heard Mentality campaign to inspire public relations and communications professionals to take positive action on mental health across the industry.
We are urging leaders to hold constructive talks with their team members or peers on mental health during the week commencing 13th September and to listen to what the people that make up the industry really want.
Join the ‘Heard’
1. Organise – or encourage your employer to organise – a face-to-face or online ‘Heard Mentality’ conversation during the week commencing 13th September.
2. Subscribe below to register to receive a conversation starter pack and pledge to support the campaign.
3. Pledge your support on social media by sharing this tweet.
4. Prepare for the discussion by considering:
– how your colleagues are doing
– what practical changes can be made in the workplace to support your mental health
– your own personal experience of mental health
Sign up to get involved
Join the Heard. Subscribe to the mailing list for all the latest news and updates on the Heard Mentality.
Absolute pr and marketing
Aimee Postle Consulting
Allott and Associates
Angela Wilson Communications
Angelina Fusco Training
Caroline Black & Associates
Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police
Financial Wellness Group
Harvest Marketing Communications Ltd
Insight PR & Media LTD
Jack & Grace
Journaling Your Way To Self Awareness
Lindsay & Lang
Liz Lean PR
London Communications Agency
Mobius Communications Lrd
Moments With AnnieÂ®ï¸ – EDENGATES
Reverberate Public Relations
RNN Communications Ltd
Sheffield Hallam University
South Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit
Strategic Command (part of MOD)
The Inform Team
The PHA Group
University of Cumbria
William Church Consulting
The #HeardMentalityPR campaign marks the start of a collaboration between the PRCA and CIPR on mental health. Additionally, both bodies are actively supporting an industry-wide initiative to establish a mental health charter, supported by PRWeek.
Find more mental health resources from both bodies online:
The PRCA and CIPR would like to thank the team at FleishmanHillard for their time, energy and creative input on the campaign.