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Entries in crisis preparedness (4)


5 Steps to Effective Crisis Preparation, Part 1


Being prepared is an essential part of crisis management, but it seems that a new corporate giant is caught without a clue on an almost daily basis. In this three-part series, I’ll get you on your way to effectively preparing for crises, as well as addressing common mistakes...

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Crisis Preparedness is a Top Priority

One of the most important issues facing communications and PR professionals around the world remains the need to be prepared to deal effectively with crises. A massive international study of practitioners has ranked the importance of crisis preparedness second only to dealing with the speed and volume of information flow.

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Reduce Crisis Risks by Thinking Ahead

While each organization’s list of crisis risks is bound to vary depending on factors like physical location or type of operation, all organizations can take steps to mitigate the potential damage should those risks become reality.

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Zombie Crisis Preparedness 101

Using zombies in disaster response training is nothing new. For years, organizations and government agencies have staged exercises using zombies. And this year is no exception. For your amusement, we present some clever preparedness exercises and a useful infographic...

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