Archive for the ‘Crisis Planning’ Category

Teaching Crisis PR

Posted by Dan Keeney

Crisis PR can help to protect an organization or encourage long-term change. I stumbled upon the story, “PR Students Learn How to Handle Crisis for Clients,” in the Cape May County Herald written by Al Campbell. I am not 100 percent sure where Cape May County is, but it appears to be in Pennsylvania. Regardless, […]

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Sony’s Shrug Heard Around the World

Posted by Dan Keeney

I have recently started working with a new client in the data security space, so I am trying to refresh my understanding of this highly complex area of technology. I had previously done some work around information security for AT&T both prior to the acquisition by SBC and afterward. While only a few years have […]

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Change the Story if Bad News Piles Up

Posted by Dan Keeney

This morning’s Fort Worth Star-Telegram included the story of a young special education teacher who died over the weekend when her car was struck by a train. I read the story and wished that she had been profiled in life because she had touched so many lives. My wife read the story and the¬†fact that […]

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Presentation on counseling the CEO in a Crisis

Posted by Dan Keeney

I had the pleasure of presenting at the PRSA Southwest District Conference today (which is being combined with the Texas Public Relations Association Annual Conference) on the subject of providing crisis PR counsel to the CEO. It is an interesting topic that I way over-prepared for. I ended up with about 90 minutes of content […]

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