The Best Way to Write a Crisis Communications Plan: Tips from Followers

This week’s PR discussion question was, “What’s the best way to write a crisis communications plan?” Writing a crisis communications plan can be daunting, and look like a task too big to tackle. Even the best public relations professionals and corporate communications professionals can really struggle to write an effective crisis communication plan. That’s why we often see so many companies using a plan that they found online. We have seen these crisis plans fail, or even worsen the crisis, in some of the most tragic events in our history, such as in school shootings. The problem is, these plans are not nearly thorough enough to protect your brand, reputation, and revenue in a crisis.

Now that the experts have weighed in on social media, we want to hear if you agree with their tips. Comment here and on our social media pages to join the discussion. Your colleagues and companies across the globe could benefit.

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