Unlock the power of crisis management training: Prepare your organization with strategies to prevent, address, and rebound from crises, ensuring operational stability.
Effective crisis planning not only prepares an organization for the worst that can come its way, but also equips it to emerge stronger and more resilient on the other side. When your reputation and ability to do business are on the line, wouldn’t you rather be prepared?
Crisis management experts explore why it’s so important to protect your brand’s reputation and take steps to mitigate PR fallout when facing financial difficulties.
This year, Bernstein Crisis Management celebrates thirty years in business, and thirty years of proving critics who weren’t shy about proclaiming, “You can’t manage a crisis!”, wrong.
If you lost a major operations center overnight, if you were served papers for an unexpected lawsuit, if one of your execs went ballistic on social media right now, would you know what to do from minute one through resolution of the situation? Do you have a structure and a plan to support your brand through difficult times? If the answer’s no, then getting properly prepared to address crises should be at the top of your list of resolutions for 2024.
Your crisis management team may not be battling intergalactic threats, Avengers-style, but they still have a critical role to play in safeguarding against the very real threats today’s turbulent world can present.
We take a quote from a former U.S. Senator as a jumping off point for a discussion of how you handle the most disruptive category of crises – the unforeseen and the unexpected. How do you prepare for a sudden and ferocious disruption of your day-to-day? Let’s dive in.
Having the right crisis management agency by your side can be the difference between a quietly resolved issue and a full-blown catastrophe.
In a world where reputation can be your most significant asset or your Achilles’ heel, mastering brand crisis management is crucial.
Effective crisis management minimizes disruption and protects both reputation and the financial bottom line.
Aligning crisis management strategies with business objectives is crucial if you want your crisis efforts to be effective.
Take careful stock of the situation before leaping into communications around social change. It’s just good crisis management.
With esports popularity continuing to skyrocket, now is the time for top orgs to invest in crisis management and crisis communications.
Anyone who’s spent time in customer service knows that doing it well is a huge part of protecting brand reputation at the ground level. Take advantage of this to prevent more ‘issues’ from turning into ‘crises’ for your organization!
Are your crisis and reputation management efforts taking heightened emotional states into account? If not, you’re behind the times.