August 24, 2011: Message Mapping: Communicating During the Six Stages of a Crisis
- Published on August 24, 2011
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
DRJ's Informational Update For Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011
Message Mapping: Communicating During the Six Stages of a Crisis
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Do you know what you will say in the critical first minutes after receiving reports of a security incident or a hostage situation? How about six hours into the incident?
During an emergency, fast and clear communication can make the difference between an effective response and a prolonged crisis. Do you have a communication plan that maps out what to say during each of the six stages of a crisis? Find out how by downloading this informative white paper by Dr. Robert Chandler.
» The six stages of a crisis
» Powerful messages for each stage
» Must-have tools for creating messages
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