When you are at the center of a crisis, your visibility exposure is increased. If you do not have visibility into what others are saying, your exposure greatly increases. How you communicate can create a second crisis, and while the crisis is usually very short-lived, the consequences are not.
This brief summarizes key points by Jim Satterfield (Firestorm President, COO and Co-Founder) on how to manage the chaos created by a crisis.
In a Crisis?
Don’t wait. Call (770) 643-1114 and Activate Our Crisis Team
Briefs and Recordings
Throughout the year, Firestorm produces hundreds of webinars with companion briefs. View the complete archive and download a brief today.
Get the Book
GET THE FIRESTORM NEWSLETTER
RECEIVE CRITICAL NEWS, COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS
VIDEO: Preventing Piggybacking – 5 Tips to Safe EntrywaysPosted by Firestorm Team on Wednesday, 18 October 2017
Lessons in Disaster Recovery – An Interview with Ernest DelBuonoPosted by Candace Kaiser on Wednesday, 18 October 2017
Asking Questions for Learning Lessons from the Las Vegas Mass Murder ShootingPosted by Dr. Robert Chandler on Monday, 16 October 2017
Is your school ready to shelter in place?Posted by Firestorm Team on Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Transitioning Employees: Managing Crisis and Risk through the Termination ProcessPosted by Karen Masullo on Wednesday, 20 September 2017
7 Tips for Natural Disaster Business ResiliencePosted by Hart Brown on Tuesday, 12 September 2017
XL Catlin Estimates $1.48 Billion Q3 Catastrophe LossPosted by Karen Masullo on Thursday, 12 October 2017
A Q&A with Former Secret Service Agent – How to Survive an Active Shooter SituationPosted by Candace Kaiser on Wednesday, 11 October 2017
Firestorm COO Hart Brown Appears on The Bridge on Natural Disaster Emergency PlanningPosted by Karen Masullo on Monday, 09 October 2017
#LVShooting: Clark County Trauma Center Sets Admirable ExamplePosted by Don Donahue on Wednesday, 04 October 2017