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Crisis Communications Management



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Can you control a crisis? No - but with adequate preparation you can control the reputational consequences. Reputational damage is rarely caused by the crisis itself but, instead, by what the organisation does and says under the media spotlight. This PRCA Practice Guide describes how to invest in readiness and what to do when a crisis strikes. Coverage includes contingency planning, stakeholder identification, crisis communications policy, spokesperson training, the 'Red Book', dark sites, rehearsals and simulations, locations and resources, taking the initiative, and managing the aftermath. The book also covers in detail the role of the mainstream and online media, recommending steps to neutralise hostility and shut down ill-informed comment. Including numerous real-life examples, discussion topics and advice from PR experts, journalists and editors, Crisis Communications Management is intended as an essential guide for public relations professionals, and the people who work with them during a crisis, on how to navigate the turmoil and emerge from a crisis with reputation and credibility intact.

Product code: 9781787566187

ISBN 9781787566187
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129
Series PRCA Practice Guides Book Set (2018-2019)
No. Of Pages 152
Publisher Emerald Publishing Limited
This PRCA Practice Guide is designed to help PR people, clients and employers do the right thing in the turmoil of a crisis. Planning, preparation, resources, training: seizing and keeping the initiative; managing the aftermath. With numerous real-life examples and practical exercises plus advice from PR experts, journalists and editors.