Crisis Planning: 6 Steps to Getting Buy-In from the Boss

I was contacted by a new colleague recently who was lamenting the lack of interest in crisis planning demonstrated by his C-suite managers. It’s true that of all the operations for which managers are responsible, assigning time, money, resources and “stress equity” to preparing for doomsday scenarios is an easy priority to put in the […]

Armchair Communicators (redux)

It’s been a busy few weeks for us. Brandon’s been finishing a summer session in pursuit of his philosophy degree and I’ve been traveling. Brandon calls it my Vision Quest (any Matthew Modine fans out there? Of course there are.) We’ve also been busy trying to turn this love affair of ours into a business. […]

Armchair Communicators

If your experience in public relations is anything like mine, you routinely encounter managers who know how to do your job. Sure, they hired you, but not because they can’t do PR – anybody can do PR – but, because they don’t have the time so they give the job to you. Don’t worry, they’ll […]