Should Employees Volunteer During The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis?

Nancy MyrlandCoronavirus Communications Center, Crisis Management, Management Leave a Comment

What should you do if someone in your firm comes to you seeking approval to provide volunteer assistance in the community during this COVID-19 outbreak? Even if you haven’t received any requests, I am going to share an idea for you to implement in your firm that might also turn into a morale builder. Is It Time To Volunteer Outside …

United Airlines Principle Over People & Profits...Was It Worth It

United Airlines: Principle Over People & Profits…Was It Worth It?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business of Law, Crisis Management, Social Media 1 Comment

You have to think twice. No, you have to think more than twice. You have to think before, during and after a crisis to make sure your response is calm, measured, sympathetic, accurate, and correct. Unless you’ve been stranded on a remote island for a few weeks, you are well aware of the incident on United Airlines that resulted in …

Crisis Communication & Social Media: Even When It’s Not Your Crisis, It Could Be

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Crisis Management, Marketing Strategy, Social Media 2 Comments

Times of tragedy seem to bring about the best, the worst and the oddest behavior. The past few years have brought us some of the most powerful communication tools of our times. We thought we had mass communication down pat until social media came on the scene. We were humming along, very carefully plotting out messages that we would then …