PRINZ event – Creating a movement for change

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Charlotte Wright, PRINZ Student Ambassador at Massey University Wellington. On Thursday 13…

You’ve Got to Know When to Fold ’em

Written by Carl Davidson, Head of Insight at Research First If you have read The Luminaries then you will know that it’s a substantial book. Indeed, one of the reviewers on National Radio joked that it’s a book that ‘gets better after page 400’. Regardless of what this says about the merits of The Luminaries,…

The Wonders of Work Experience

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Kendra Stone, PRINZ Student Ambassador at Massey University Auckland. When I was…

What’s Wrong with The Millennials?

Written by Carl Davidson, Head of Insight at Research First Ltd The Millennials (aka Generation Y) – you must have seen them. They’re that cohort of your colleagues born between the mid 1980s and the year 2000. They’re the ones who are self-obsessed, disengaged, and the reason the world is going to hell in a…

What makes your heart sing?

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Anna Strong, PRINZ Student Ambassador at WINTEC (Waikato Institute of Technology). “What…

The Multitasking Myth

Written by Carl Davidson, Director of Strategy and Insight, Research First Can women multitask better than men? Before you read any further, stop for a moment and consider that question: What do you really think? It probably won’t surprise you that this is a question social scientists have given plenty of attention. Nor may it surprise you…