Posts filed under: Crisis Management

United Airlines Crisis: PR takeaways & social media insights

If you have not heard about what happened on Sunday with a passenger on United Airlines, here’s the overview of the case and how it keeps evolving and changing. We have see the tweets, articles, and “5 things the United […]

Analyzing the VaynerMedia & Thrillist Party Situation from a Crisis Communications Professor’s Perspective

Gary Vaynerchuk is one of the biggest names you see right now in the new technology and social media sphere. His presence on and offline is pretty impressive. He is always on and really has established his brand to be […]

5 Lessons for PR and Crisis Communications from NBC’s “The BlackList”

I wouldn’t necessarily call myself an avid TV watcher, but there are some shows I have enjoyed over the years and I do try to catch up over the summer with some of these shows. One show that I have […]

Presenting at #ICRC2015: Best Conference for Crisis Communications

Hello from Orlando. I am heading back to Louisville [fingers crossed for good flights and sae travels back to KY with this winter storm]. I am coming back from the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference here in Orlando. ICRC […]

Crisis Communication Trends for 2015: Some thoughts

There are a few things I think crisis communication professionals (and professors who research in these areas) should be aware of going into the upcoming year. Here are some trends we will see most likely for 2015: Rise of Personal […]