The EPA’s three million gallon mine spill in Colorado is a Public Relations and Crisis Communications nightmare on steroids! Five states, Mexico, river residents, recreation seekers, Native Americans and environmentalists are not writing thank you notes, but are dusting off their lawyers for a decade of repercussions that will likely rival the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska. If wildlife could write, they would be firing off blazing letters to their congressmen. ...Continue Reading → Share
This Crisis Communications Series was originally published in Utah Business Magazine blog:
Peanuts, Layoffs, and Politics: Crisis Communications Part 1
Headline News: Peanut product recalls, record job layoffs, and an impeached governor caught auctioning off a U.S. Senate seat. The media is full of savvy reporters waiting to uncover the next big scandal or disaster. This crisis communications series will provide insight in how to safeguard your organization against reputation disasters after ...Continue Reading → Share
Your Reputation Management and Listening to Customers originally appeared in the Utah Business Blog for Utah Business Magazine:
If a bomb went off in your backyard, would you know it? How about if that bomb was an explosion that took place on the internet and the wider it spread the more damage it did to your business and your brand. When would you hear about it?
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