Are you ready?

emily easley

Emily Easley
Account Director

Dec 15, 2015 | Crisis, Point of View

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CRISIS CAN COME with little or no warning. Communication professionals need to be ready with a plan. What will we do in the first few minutes of a crisis? What will people want to know? Who will act as spokesperson?

A crisis communication plan answers these questions and many more. Today, we’re recapping a few recent posts we’ve written that are great crisis communications resources.

It’s not a matter of if, but when.

Has your organization been hit by crisis? Find out what you can do to build out policies and procedures so you’re two steps ahead. Continue Reading →

Employees first.

Your employees must come first in a crisis. They deserve to hear the truth from you and if you play your cards right, they can become powerful ambassadors when you need help most. Continue Reading →

Get social.

Take charge of social media during crisis. It’s a powerful tool where all of your key audiences talk together. If you don’t shape the story, others will. Continue Reading →

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