APRIL 24, 2012
Is your company's Crisis Communication Plan up-to-date?
Is the information presented in a clear concise format? More importantly, have you practiced the plan and would your crisis team members each know their role?
May is Crisis Communications Preparedness month at Panorama Public Relations and we're offering a number of programs to help your company or organization be ready should you find yourself in a crisis situation.
On Wednesday May 9, Panorama is offering a one-on-one consulting opportunity with its senior-most crisis communicator, CEO, Darlene Rotch.
We will have 8 one-hour private consultations where you can present your current plan for review, or ask questions to lead to development of a comprehensive communications plan.
For just a $100 consulting fee [usually $310 per hour] you will receive an audit and gap analysis of your crisis communications plan or step by step plan of how to create a customized plan, in a written follow-up document.
Too many organizations find themselves in a crisis situation without knowing what to say or do, costing them financially and causing long term damage with important stakeholders.
Be one of the SMART companies who prepares in advance. Don't wait until its too late. The best time to prepare for a crisis is before it happens.
Please contact Andrea Walker at email@example.com if you would like to schedule an appointment for the month of May.