From Harvard Business Review are 5 smart tips for leaders on communicating with employees in a crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has now been going on for a number of months and changing as it goes. This has left organizations in …
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Communicating With Employees in a Crisis
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How one reacts in a public relations crisis is no different than how one reacts in other crises. Some people freeze and do nothing while others jump up and act quickly and appropriately. Those who respond correctly often have had …
Looking at the news of the day, we might think the world is going to end tomorrow. A quick Google news search would imply that the world is verging on destruction. Here are just a few of today’s and yesterday’s …
One of Goldman & Associates main areas of work is crisis communications, so we address this subject carefully. It seems that everywhere you turn some issue has become a crisis. To many people the seriousness of an issue leads them …