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Crisis Communications : Strategies & Response

There is no time for lunch during a crisis, so before one hits your organisation grab a quick bite and learn a few things about what you should be doing.

What is the “Google Battle” and why do you need to know how it works if you ever end up in a crisis?
Imagine waking up this morning, there is 10 missed calls on your phone and countless SMS’s and WhatsApps from your boss and members of the media asking about the crisis that just hit your organisation, What will you do? how well have your prepared and what tools do you have in place to help you manage the next 12 to 24 hours?  Do you need help managing the next 7 to 14 days?
In the Malaysian context crisis communication and indeed crisis management is still relatively misunderstood but time and time again we find ourselves in conversations like “why didn’t they handle that better?”
Data has become increasingly important in the field of crisis management, the ability to understand what is going on in social media especially is imperative.  We use the latest cutting edge tools to assist companies in crisis or to help them before it happens.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for lunch as we dig into the issues that are affecting corporations and their leaders in the modern age of communications. When things go wrong what is your strategy and do you have a plan to deal with a sudden need for “Crisis Communications”.
During lunch with a few of our senior team members you will be able to share your company’s current challenges and we can start to look at solutions and pathways to success. Contact us & we will see you for lunch.
Crisis Communications: Winning the Google Battle in a Crisis
– Nordin Abdullah, Managing Director of Glenreagh Sdn Bhd