More Posts on Crisis Management
Know the five rhetorics to repair your public image
Time and time again, celebrities, politicians and organizations use rhetoric to excuse their failure to comply with laws and commitments. Today I tell you how to identify them and what you can learn from them.
Entrepreneurial Leadership, Good Eats: How Independent Restaurant Operators Are Showing Their Strength
Despite lockdown restrictions and changes in consumer behavior, independent restaurants are surviving and thriving with original, refreshing and creative approaches.
Misleading advertising: consumer buys a 'green' product and it turns out to be a paper-covered plastic bottle
The Korean brand had to publicly apologize for not "delivering the information accurately."
How to continue operating in the midst of one of the biggest crises in history?
The world has changed due to unpredictable issues, but this is not justification for the efforts to dissolve.
How the Pandemic-Related Changes Small Businesses Made Are Impacting Their Bottom Lines -- In a Good Way
Tough times can drive innovations in business. But small businesses have been surprisingly malleable in the wake of the global pandemic.
Struggling to Maintain Sales Due to the Pandemic? Do These 4 Things
The current business environment has made sales success ever more elusive, but sales engagement platforms hold the key to a robust pipeline.
So You Suddenly Have 100,000 Twitter Enemies: 4 Tips for Navigating a Fast-Moving PR Crisis
When a crisis occurs, it's important to get the communications right the first time, because failure to do so can lead to major, irreversible damage to your business' reputation and operations.
Why This Industry Is Experiencing Incredible Pandemic-Fueled Growth
Despite small businesses taking a hit, not all industries have suffered under the pandemic.