Crisis communications preparedness - Research Findings with PR Week
Crisis Communication Research Findings (with PR Week)
We conducted research among Corporate Communication Directors to ask about their crisis communications preparedness.
- How often is there a crisis?
- To what extent is there a formal issues management process?
- What problems concern them?
- How often is the crisis communications plan reviewed?
- How developed is the social media capacity to deal with a crisis?
See how your organisation compares.
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Crisis Media Training Preparing spokespeople for high pressure interviews when media scrutiny of a crisis situation or high profile issue is intense.
Crisis Communication Audits Reviewing how your crisis plans, processes and people match up against current best practice so you can withstand intense media and stakeholder scrutiny and protect reputation
Reputation Risk Assessments Taking an “outside-in” approach – we tease out the reputational risks you face that conventional risk audits overlook.
Crisis Simulation Exercises The confidence to handle a crisis well requires regular training and testing. We run desk top and field simulations to ensure your people are ready to respond effectively.
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