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Crisis Management Today

February 1, 2017

In The Headlines

Steps to Address Inaction During a Corporate Crisis

At what point does business-as-usual turn into a corporate crisis? Here are crisis management steps organizations should consider to help clarify and effectively address a crisis.

 

When, Not if: Protecting Your Corporate Reputation In A Data Breach

It is becoming increasingly clear that security is no longer strictly an IT function and is now at the scale where it needs to be on the boardroom agenda.

@realDonaldTrump and Crisis Management

For the first time in the history of our country, we have a President using social media to talk about policy – while going around and past the media to get his messages out to a global audience.

Our Perspective

How The ‘Wall’ That Helped Build The Internet Is Showing Some Cracks

The Communications Decency Act has potentially serious implications for internet publishers, for those who post on the internet & for people who are under attack and want to fight back.

Events

2/2/17    National Association of Bar Executives
2/3/17    National Conference of Bar Presidents
2/8/17    Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff
2/16/17  BVU - The Center for Nonprofit Excellence
 
2/23/17   N.E. Ohio Law Dir. Assoc. & Govt. Lawyers 
3/2/17     Stark & Knoll LPA
3/7/17     Taft, Stettinius & Hollister
3/8/17     Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar


 
 

If You Live in Northeast Ohio  - The Civic Leadership Institute

CLI is your all-access, backstage pass to what's happening in Cleveland and those at the center of it all -- and an invitation to find your own way to join the excitement of CLE. Gain connections and engage in networks and conversations while building community and business. Registration for Winter 2017 is now open. 

CLI provides information, connections and convenience:

  • Six compact, dynamic sessions.
  • Topics range from Regional Economy and Economic Development Issues to Arts and Culture, and everything in between.
  • All sessions in downtown Cleveland.
  • Over nine hours of Cleveland's best know-how, know-who and know when! 
  • 7:30-9:00 a.m. wakeup call with savvy speakers and curious classmates.
  • Membership in the Cleveland Leadership Center (CLC) Alumni Association - over 5,000 strong - and the opportunity to continue building networks and knowledge at CLC alumni events & activities.

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If You See Something,
Say Something

The nationwide "If You See Something, Say Something" public awareness campaign was created to raise public awareness of indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities.

Report suspicious activities to your local law enforcement agency.

The recent airport shooting in Florida that injured six people and killed five highlights the importance of this campaign and how imperative it is to maintain heightened awareness of suspicious activities, people or packages.  If you see something suspicious taking place, report the behavior or activity to local law enforcement or, in the case of emergency, call 9-1-1. Never try to handle or intervene in the situation on your own - let trained authorities take the proper steps.

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