The 6 People You Need on Your Crisis Communications Team (Infographic)
The middle of a crisis is not the right time to start assembling your crisis management team. Designing a crisis communications team to communicate and respond in a crisis is one of the most important things top management can do to safeguard your company’s assets and reputation. Each member plays an integral role in weathering the crisis effectively. Whether that means developing response templates for different scenarios, measuring the publics’ attitudes and reactions, or managing media inquiries, the job of the team is to create and execute your crisis communications playbook.
So where do you start? We’ve put together an infographic showing the roles and responsibilities which should be represented on your crisis response team to make you prepared when a crisis comes your way. Interested in reading our full best practices guide How to Build a World-Class Crisis Communications Playbook? Click here to get your copy.
Allison Gosman Nasdaq Corporate Solutions
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