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How to Communicate When A Crisis Occurs

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Category: Crisis Communications

How to Communicate When A Crisis Occurs

September 24, 2018 Posted by in Crisis Communications

Studies have shown that 79% of business decision makers believe that they are only 12 months away from a potential crisis. Despite this, only 59% of business decision makers have experienced a crisis in the current or previous company. A scarier statistic is that only 54% of businesses have a developed crisis plan in place. Business crisis situations can occur with …

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How to Easily Keep Staff, Customers, and Key Stakeholders Informed During Critical Incidents

April 11, 2018 Posted by in Business Continuity, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

Critical incidents often occur with little or no warning and need to be addressed immediately and professionally. In the event of a critical incident it is important to have the correct measures in place in order to keep all parties informed and updated with all details available in real time. Failure to communicate during a critical incident can create insecurity …

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Expert Advice for Crisis Communications

April 2, 2018 Posted by in Pockestop News, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

The JLL Retail Division recently gathered a panel of experts, partners and members of corporate to discuss crisis communications in the retail context, and our very own Daniel Wagstaff joined the panel.

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A Lesson Learned from Workplace Harassment Scandals: Have Good Policies Before a Problem Arises

March 23, 2018 Posted by in Pockestop News, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

Is your company reviewing your harassment policy? Recently, the #MeToo movement and surrounding stories of workplace harassment left many HR departments scrambling to update harassment policies. Even though the law and sound corporate management have mandated good workplace harassment policies for decades, some companies just didn’t pay enough attention – until now, when workplace harassment has become a hot-button cultural …

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Four characteristics of effective messages

February 5, 2018 Posted by in Pockestop News, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

This blog originated from The Crisis Communicator by Paul Rhynard. See the original post here.

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The 10 New Rules of Crisis Communications

July 21, 2017 Posted by in Pockestop News, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

Our interconnected world has changed the rules for how organizations must operate crisis communications Marketing Tech Blog recently posted ten new rules of crisis communications developed by Melissa Agnes. We agree! Our world has changed and how we exchange information and communicate has also changed over the past two decades. As businesses and organizations adapt, these rules should be kept handy. …

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The Biggest Crisis Communication Mistakes Organizations Can Make

November 13, 2015 Posted by in Pockestop News, Crisis Communications, Mass Notification

Communication is so pivotal in so many aspects of our lives and is key to healthy relationship. But, just like the candidates who are currently campaigning for President may find themselves in hot water over something they said—or didn’t say for that matter—so too can an organization, especially when a disruptive or unplanned event occurs or during an emergency or …

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