This article was originally published in 2015 and has been completely updated in 2020.
Have you paused during your busy career to consider some of the broader aspects of your own role and the PR field generally? As you enter 2018, you might find this time a good opportunity for some light self-reflection.
The PRoust Questionnaire has been developed by the editors of the PR Conversations blog, where you can join in discussion on a range of communication topics. They have posted the responses from 25 prominent practitioners over the past couple of years. The questions provide a quick insight into a person’s interests and point of view, as well as their role, professional beliefs and values.
Now you can also answer these questions for yourself for your own bit of fun – and insights. See if your friends might like to try it as well.
The PRoust Questionnaire name as a form of interview has its origins in responses given by the French writer, Marcel Proust. The PR Conversations editors (and later on, I) have adapted the original idea with questions offering a communication perspective.
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