Although Ryan Lochte is at the tail end of his swimming career, the 32-year-old still has some very serious repercussions stemming from his crisis in Rio.
Crisis costs time, money, customers, careers, and in the worst case of scenarios, lives. Make sure your organization has proper policies and procedures in place so when crisis strikes you can turn adversity into advantage.
In an interview with Cision, Fallston Group's Director of Marketing Kathy Walsh discusses the importance of knowing what is being said about your brand, how to properly prepare for potential crises and why basic marketing principles are still relevant today.
“The Art of Crisis Leadership” showcases real-life crises, from the Ray Rice scandal that engulfed the NFL’s Ravens to the deadly shootings at Virginia Tech and the tragic Baltimore riots, to illustrate key learning points that will help companies and individuals alike during life’s most difficult times.
Curt Schilling's most recent social media tirade cost him his job, and the respect of many. Crisis costs time, money, customers, and careers.
Being proactive and getting out in front of a situation is the best way to remain in control of it. Here are five keys for successful communication when facing the media.
CBS' Gary McCord found himself in hot water after being misinterpreted during a live broadcast of the Farmers Insurance Open last weekend. After his intentional blunder in 1994, viewers are not as forgiving this time around.
Flint, MI: Dangerous levels of lead have contaminated the city’s tap water for almost two years. People are calling for officials to be held accountable, including Governor Rick Snyder.
Chipotle will close its doors February 8th for a one-day national food safety meeting.
In Crew, great coxswains (like great crisis leaders) are part visionary, part strategist, part coach and always operating within a predictive mindset while considering each nuance.