Leadership in Crisis
Tapping the collective strength of the CEO and Board
History shows that damage caused by a corporate crisis is usually determined more by the quality of the response than by the severity of the crisis itself. The board must provide its advice and experience to management. It must also safeguard the interests of shareholders – or for non-commercial boards, their donors, taxpayers, members, citizens, students and patients. We’ve put a list of points together such as establishing a crisis management plan and developing a communications infrastructure prior to the trigger event.
This white paper will cover:
- Crisis management plans
- Crisis collaboration platform
- The role of board portals during a crisis
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