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Crisis Communications: A Primer for Teams


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In the valuable business guide Crisis Communications: A Primer for Teams, author Al Czarnecki outlines the roles of key players prior to and during a crisis situation, describes aspects of planning and operational factors relevant to crisis communications, and details how to keep your team available and functioning throughout a disaster. With more than 130 subtopics and 220 links to Web-based resources, your team will find this a rich and useful resource

CEOs and business continuity and public affairs professionals will find this a worthwhile read. It flows well and offers a trove of practical information.

-Elizabeth Beaver, CBCP, FBCI, past president, Disaster Recovery Information Exchange, Toronto

HR had better have its ducks in a row when a crisis or disaster occurs. This book, well organized and to-the-point, will be a great reference for making that happen.

-George Pearson, editor and publisher (retired), Canadian HR Reporter

Very well done. It delivers a wealth of great information and processes.

-Gayle Mitcham, CBCP

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iUniverse, Inc.
Publication Date:
April 2007
Czarnecki, Al

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