Putting a Crisis Communication Plan in Place
We see them on the news each day. Heads of companies, professional sports stars, even ordinary families suddenly thrust into the spotlight and dealing with a crisis under the glare of the public eye. Governments are accustomed to this level scrutiny, something underscored by the recent H1N1 vaccine issue. But even they can be blindsided by a crisis.
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