Governor of Puerto Rico Decapitated by Public Pressure
07 Aug 2019 20:45 GMT
Taking public opinion for granted is a basic and serious mistake for anyone and especially in politics. If you work in a position where Public Relations professionals are the ones in charge, it can cost you your job.
Taking public opinion for granted is a basic and serious mistake for anyone and especially in politics. If you work in a position where Public Relations professionals are the ones in charge, it can cost you your job. It has happened many times. The use of offensive words showing true feelings of antagonism and spite for someone and revealing contempt for individuals, exposes you.
Public Relations is one of the most ancient arts of civilization. Media thinks it handles masses and public opinion, but the media wants make believe; it is not necessarily so.
Public Relations are founded and start with good manners, always! always! always! Good Public Relations are based on the truth acceptable to the majority, so there are words and actions that will never be forgiven by people. Since individuals themselves are the ones that determine what is right and what is not, what they are willing to endure or not, each town has its limits on how it will be treated.
True public opinion is only born of, and comes directly from, Opinion Leaders. These people are the ones that a community or an individual turns to see and hear when they need a guide, when they need to make a decision that can change the life of one or many.
These are key people to society and, in the end, are the ones who really move the masses. They can be school professors, priests or pastors, presidents of the neighborhood board, or not. They don't necessarily need to have a university degree, but they can. It is these people that move the world.
“Factually, the society runs on men and women of good will. Publics workers, opinion leaders, those in the private sector who to their jobs are, in the great majority, of good will”. L. Ron Hubbard.