Public relations and corporate communications professionals may spend hours writing a press release or a public statement to present to the media and their employees. They may spend even more time reviewing the semantics with their legal teams and their executives. This slow process causes reporters to become impatient and begin interviewing speculating eyewitnesses on the street, who may only make your crisis appear worse than it really is. Earlier this week we asked, for effective crisis communications and internal communications, how quickly do you need to issue a public statement when a crisis happens? Our viewers and your colleagues have weighed in on our social media pages to share their opinions. Watch today’s follow-up video to determine if you agree with them or if you have your own best practices to add to the conversation.
This question is one of a series of debates in the media relations, crisis communications, public relations, and social media industries where you and your colleagues can share observations with each other. Yes, YOU are invited to share your bite size bits of best practices. Here is how:
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3: Once your opinion is shared, you can follow the discussion online so you can compare your best practices to those of your professional colleagues.
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