Crisis Communications Planning: Your Best Defense Against Disaster

It’s 3 p.m. on a Friday afternoon and a crisis is unfolding. A reporter has heard that your CEO is about to be indicted for embezzlement.  Or there has been a terrible accident at one of your offices and someone is gravely injured.

Crisis Communications Planning: Be Prepared

The earthquake in Japan and dangerous situation at the Fukushima nuclear power plant reminds us of how quickly and suddenly disaster can strike.  Compounding the terrible human tragedy is the sense that people do not trust the information they are receiving and feel that the power company is not telling them the truth.

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