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Crisis Management Today

September 1, 2017

In The Headlines

Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop - Fake or Fact?

The Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop is a one-day training program for professionals, educators and students that examines critical issues and perspectives in media ethics. This year, the workshop will explore the concept of fake news.

 

The "Fake News" Era: Trustworthy Sources in Intelligence and Due Diligence

While people are entitled to believe what they want (regardless of how true the information is), untrustworthy sources present countless security risks.

Hurricane Harvey: Chem Plant Crisis Communications

Hurricane Harvey continues to wreak havoc across Texas. Arkema, a chemical company with facilities now underwater, is facing an unprecedented catastrophe. We focus on their aggressively proactive and transparent approach to crisis communications.

Our Perspective

President Trump, the Russian Connection & Crisis Communications

Some believe President Trump and his advisers conspired with Russian officials on political and financial activities. Others believe there were indeed contacts with Russian officials, but those contacts were benign. Ultimately, it's about the truth.

Controversies today are tried in the Court of Public Opinion - 
as often as the Court of Law.

Put the crisis & issues management specialists at Hennes Communications on your team.

Because the Court of Public Opinion is always in session.

Events

9/9    Ashland College
9/13  Thompson Hine 
9/13   American Groundwater Trust Conf 
9/13   Ohio Assoc. of Community Action Agencies
9/13   Lake Communicators
 
9/18   Ohio Trucking Association
9/20   Ohio Finance Officers Association
9/28   Ohio State Bar Association
10/4   Lorain County Safety Council
10/4   Maritime Conference
 

Disasters Don't Plan. You Can.

Don't Wait (short video)

From the New York Times: 
How to Pack an Emergency Kit for Any Disaster

Media Training & Coaching

Summer Specials
Call Hennes Communications for more information


1-on-1 Training:  Intensely individualized training for smaller operations in which the CEO or other top officer is virtually certain to be the lone spokesperson.
 
Refresher Training:  For people previously trained by Hennes, but not within the past 3 years.
 
Training With Observers: For clients likely to have just a few official spokespeople but with the desire to expose a larger group to the training.



    

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