Crisis communication in the digital age
Posted by Dave Hasney
When your organisation is facing a crisis of confidence or distrust and complaints from your customers, don’t try and disguise your failings with lies and spin…
Recently I was asked to run a webinar about crisis communication and how to approach it in the modern era. It was a great way for me to focus my mind on the things I do when faced with an emergency or critical situation. Some of the elements are straightforward, making sure you start communicating and continue right throughout the crisis and even when it has been concluded. But in the digital era there are some aspects that have definitely changed.
Internal communication is now even more important. Your staff need to understand what has happened and what can be said about it. They need to have access to regular updates and know how they can provide help or answer queries about the crisis. As most employees are now using social media if they are kept in the dark they will speculate and create further complications to handling a crisis.
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About Dave HasneyNational Coordinator for UK SMART Recovery - Previously a Recovery Worker and prior to that a Management Consultant and H&S Practitioner - Kept sane by Angling, Good Food, and the love of a good wife - Cynical thoughts sometimes developed from others.
Posted on 02-05-2014, in Business Babble, Leadership & Management, Police, Public Service Babble, Society Babble and tagged Leadership & Management, Police, Social media. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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