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The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
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The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program

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Seven basic principles to help guide your crisis management team.

Seven basic principles to help guide your crisis management team.

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  • 1. The Seven Guiding Principles of an Effective Crisis Management Program
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  • 2. Ensure consistent leadership of your program
    • Communicate regularly
    • 3. Give ownership – determine who is on point to coordinate effort
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  • 4. Involve all divisions (domestic and international) at the right level and frequency
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  • 5. 3
    Recognize your risk
    • Catastrophes will affect everyone: your operations, suppliers, customers, partners, governments, emergency services, health care, utilities, etc.
    • 6. Formally address and manage these risks
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  • 7. Senior management must approve the enterprise-wide prioritization of risks and response strategies
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  • 8. Prepare through redundancy
    • Map your business model, highlight key revenue processes, develop alternate resources, establish mutual aid agreements, set aside emergency funds, build relationships, establish clear communication channels, and update regularly (live feeds rule)
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  • 9. Gain confidence through practice
    • Knowledge and familiarity will reduce fear and confusion
    • 10. Tabletop exercises are critical to process
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  • 11. Keep it simple
    • Simplicity promotes better understanding and greater participation
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    BIG BINDERS
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