Confidence in Crisis: The Confident Communicator

Confidence in Crisis: The Confident Communicator

Critical takeaways Communicators must be able to deliver advice and guidance with confidence in a critical moment. This can be hard when the situation is dynamic and changes rapidly. Confidence must be based on a shared level of preparedness and ability, rather than...
The Keto Diet for Crisis Readiness

The Keto Diet for Crisis Readiness

Critical takeaways Like our diets, we can take different approaches to how we prepare for crises. Many companies have a high-carb, ‘junk food’ approach to crisis preparedness which generates a short-term ‘sugar-high’ but little sustainable benefit. Unlike high-carb...
Doing The Right Thing: How to Make Ethical Decisions

Doing The Right Thing: How to Make Ethical Decisions

Critical takeaways Knowing the right thing to do in the run up to or aftermath of a crisis can be difficult. A process for ethical decision-making is needed to overcome these challenges. Immanuel Kant’s philosophy – based on the four pillars of autonomy; the...
Truth to power: A Communicator’s Obligation

Truth to power: A Communicator’s Obligation

Critical Takeaways CEOs need an honest view of the situation in order to be able to manage a crisis. This requires those who support them to ‘speak truth to power’. Crisis communicators are in a unique position to bring the external perspectives into the discussion....
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