Even those organisations with well managed and implemented issues management programs have things happen that are just out of left field.
There are many facets to crisis management – but the way to handle media attention and your other communication imperatives are vital components. Integrate Communications have experience in dealing with major (potential and real) crisis including
- Bomb threat
- Food tampering
- Product recalls
- Natural hazard emergencies
Integrate Communications can review the communications section of your overall crisis plan or can assist in the development of your enterprise wide approach to managing crisis. (Starting with issues management, media policy and the right internal crisis management team).
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Dealing with the media is not rocket science – but there are pitfalls for the unwary. A quick read of this book will stop you from making some frequent basic mistakes. Protecting and building your brand – and personal brand, is worth the investment.
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