Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Crisis Communication

The continuity of your entire organization could depend on whether or not you have a communications plan... and how good it is. If you don't have a strategy and plan for communicating to your employees, the public and any other stakeholders, you may find yourself behind the eight ball. This week's articles could help you stay in the game.

What are you doing to connect, protect and account for your people in a crisis? (Item #1) Analysts Frost & Sullivan: a well designed plan for crisis communications is a must. (Item #2) The author of this piece offers a free downloadable communications template you can use. (Item #3)

Behavior precedes communication, sometimes resulting in spin. (Item #4) Would you be able to use your email right after a disruption? (Item #5) Here's what you can take away from John Edwards' career suicide. (Item #6)

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