Sharing Your Social Media Comments: What Role Should Your Internal Communications Team Play During a Crisis?

By Gerard Braud

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On Monday we asked a question here on the blog and on our social media accounts to open discussion with corporate communicators and public relations professionals. We asked, “What role should your internal communications team play during a crisis?” Business communications professionals have weighed in on what they believe an internal communications team’s biggest responsibilities are in a crisis. Responsibilities included social media management, stopping the rumor mills, and deciphering what information they should be providing to their audiences. Many contributors commented on the importance of communicating consistent and transparent information to their employees.transparent information to their employees.

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