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Executing Crisis: A C-Suite Crisis Leadership Survival Guide by Dr. Jo Robertson

Free Chapter: No Successful Crisis Response Begins When The Crisis Begins!

Now, more than ever, today’s executive needs to be prepared to take quick action to annihilate crises before they happen! EXECUTING CRISIS: A C-SUITE CRISIS LEADERSHIP SURVIVAL GUIDE is made for business leaders who wants to learn how to manage a crisis when it arises. How leaders deal with crisis can clarify character and strengthen reputation.…

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WEBINAR: How to Manage Legal and Communication Advice in a Crisis – And Do the Right Thing

WATCH THIS EXCLUSIVE WEBCAST WITH ONE OF THE WORLD'S FEW THOUGHT LEADERS ON CRISIS MANAGEMENT, DR TONY JAQUES Learning from the best: I have just had the privilege of hosting an exclusive webcast with one of the few genuine thought leaders on crisis management and issue management, Dr Tony Jaques, of Melbourne, Australia. The participants were an…

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Victim Management And Reputation Risk For A CEO

According to Jim Lukaszewski, "The most volatile component of all crisis response is victim management. Failure to promptly, humanely, and empathetically see that victims' needs are also met will eclipse an organization's response. Even a flawless response will be remembered for its angry survivors, relatives, public officials, sometimes competitors, but almost always the critics.

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Setting Crisis Response, Communication Strategies, And Priorities

According to Jim Lukaszewski, in a crisis, effective decisions and actions must precede communication. The reality is that once the instant of crisis has occurred, the process of recovery has begun. Recovery can be quite complicated and lengthy. The operational response goal is to put the focus truly on the first 1-3 hours of a crisis. This will then assure that tone, tempo, scope, and intent are established powerfully and constructively. Emergency communication response priorities must also address appropriate operational action. In addition to this, it must match the expectations of all potential audiences who could be affected or afflicted by your actions or by the crisis situation.

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