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An investigative report from NPR and ProPublica has sent the aid organization scrambling to downplay its findings. Instead, the Red Cross should own up to mistakes and promise to correct them.
11/4/2014 2:52:28 PM
The fictional story of how a man dealt with the media scrutiny that came after his wife's disappearance offers a realistic look at what happens in a crisis.
10/20/2014 1:51:32 PM
Over the past few years, corporate apologies have become more and more common. That may have reduced their value, but they're still a necessity, experts say.
10/17/2014 1:51:32 PM
Rearranging the letters in a word or phrase to create yet another word or phrase is great fun and can afford you a playful way to perk up your prose.
7/31/2014 1:46:48 PM
Reporters get things wrong sometimes. If you learn that some incorrect information is about to come out, you have a few options.
4/8/2014 1:51:32 PM
Huge brands including Microsoft, Netflix, Apple, and even the federal government have fallen on their proverbial faces. Learn from their mistakes.
3/27/2014 1:52:46 PM
When you’re scrambling to save face after a disaster, remind your leaders to demonstrate these five behaviors.
2/28/2014 2:52:46 PM
The 2014 Winter Games came to a close Sunday night after a rather bumpy road, PR-wise. But were they really that much worse than previous Olympiads?
2/25/2014 2:52:50 PM
If an executive in your organization feels compelled to apologize for wrongdoing, it should be because there’s a need, not simply because video apologies are trendy.
1/10/2014 2:52:56 PM
For public speaking, crisis management, reading body language, and dealing with the media, these books ought to cover all the bases.
12/30/2013 5:01:12 AM
Whether you're looking for a stocking stuffer for your favorite communicator or need some ideas for yourself, this list has you covered.
12/16/2013 2:51:00 PM
What may seem like the end of the world as it’s happening doesn’t have to be apocalyptic as long as you keep your head.
11/14/2013 2:52:14 PM
When a disaster happens or as the anniversary of a catastrophe approaches, it may seem like commenting is the right thing to do. Sometimes, silence is best.
10/18/2013 1:52:03 PM
Hiding your head in the sand at the first sign of trouble will do far more damage to your reputation than addressing it directly with a crisis plan.
8/27/2013 1:53:35 PM
The safety of air travel is once again at the forefront of people’s minds, but carriers should resist drawing attention to themselves, crisis experts say.
7/9/2013 1:53:39 PM