Category Archives: Crisis Communications

When Revenue Grows Beyond $1-2 Billion: The Business Case for Corporate Communications

Post by Linda Thrasher, Himle Rapp's Corporate Practice Leader. You can follow her on Twitter at @lindakthrasher I am always amazed by the number of companies that are on a fast growth trajectory–expanding beyond $1-2 billion and hoping to double or even triple revenue. These organizations often have well-oiled departments, including finance, sales and marketing,… Read more »

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Crisis Communications: Perspectives from an Epidemiologist

Post by Linda Thrasher, Himle Rapp's Corporate Practice Leader. You can follow her on Twitter at @lindakthrasher As part of the Arthur Page Society’s annual meeting in late September, I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Vincent Covello, the Founder and Director of the Center for Risk Communication in New York. An epidemiologist by training,… Read more »

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You’re Not the First

If you find yourself in the middle of a crisis – a leak of sensitive information, a public incident involving an employee, a protest at your facility – and your panic meter is rising, what kind of reaction would you rather get from your communications team? A: “This is not good. I’ve never dealt with… Read more »

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