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HumeReports Jul 20
Just watched a interview with owner of . Poor man. I'll use his interview for training for my PR students. He clearly does not have the facts. I was praying the whole time he does not say anything that would implicate his company in negligence.
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Canary & Coal Jul 14
It's not IF a scenario happens, it's WHEN. We left better prepared to detect, identify, consider and respond when people say things online that are unkind, untrue or inflammatory.
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Tim Conrad, APR Jul 20
Nearly done a Plan which will not be the typical bookshelf decoration. It's a plan + over 60 supporting documents, templates, and samples. Will sell as a custom service or self-custom product. Aiming to have it ready by the end of summer.
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Dave Pidgeon Jul 15
Replying to @DavePidgeonPR
This doesn’t mean you acquiesce or fold. It does mean active listening. These are your constituents/customers/communities or they influence your target audience. They want to be heard. And so do you. That’s a two-way street.
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UVU PRSSA Oct 8
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Kristine Gobbo Jul 14
Wrapping up today with an incredible list of speakers. Really enjoyed the opening keynote on Vegas Strong. Wonderful presentation. Personally, I was touched by the messaging to the community, a reminder of the love and kindness in this world.
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Vitiello Comms Group Jul 20
Headed down the shore? Listen to our latest episode about . We welcomed , author of Crisis Ready and a leading professional in the world of crisis readiness
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Jordan Gaal Nov 16
Reminders for : - Speak first and often - Don't speculate - Stay with the facts - Be opened, concerned, not defensive - Make your point and repeat it - Establish yourself as the most authoritative source - Stay calm, be truthful and cooperative
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Magna Carta Jun 19
Do you have a crisis communication plan? Has it been updated in the last 6 months? Would your company or brand survive a social media crisis? We're here to assist, reach out to us today
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Tanja Tatomirović 🦁 Jun 3
Eight years ago, I won national best award with my team. We have been pioneers in the digital communication. We've put together offline and online media and succeeded in keeping the control when TV satellite was down for 3 days, impacting 300k households...
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Jared Jeffery Apr 5
Breaking down brand reputation and with KEYS: Be Accessible Focus on progress Be open!
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PCRSuTwente Apr 6
We are proud to say that in one week time two of our former PhD students, and Marije Bakker, successfully defended their dissertation!
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Hunter Frederick Jun 4
Could have put money down on this happening. This is what happens when you have a bad strategy
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Hunter Frederick Jun 17
I don’t care where you sit politically is one of the worst spokespersons of our time
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LTC (R) Peter Lerner Apr 4
First rule of always come clean.
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EBConsult May 16
Do you have a plan in times of crisis? Is your organisation, firm, product or personality at risk? Let us assist you reclaim and reposition your brand to have a competitive market share value. 0577596800 or send us a mail ebconsultgh@gmail.com
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Pea Are Jun 26
"I'm sorry if what I said offended you," is NOT an effective . How to offer a true apology.
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Jatin Mendiratta 4h
True that, specially in and when newcomers create ruckus!!
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Martin Livingston 7h
How you flip a crisis in your favor.
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Gerard Braud, CSP, Fellow IEC 8h
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