[Originally posted in November 2008]

Based on the presentation Crisis Management: The Savvy Communicator by Kami Huyse. Used with permission.

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28 Responses to Public Relations During Times of Crisis

  1. Gayle says:

    Crisis management makes me quiver!

  2. [...] There are four different crisis’ that take place; meteor, predator, breakdown and lingering. These can be found on Barbara Nixon’s power point presentation. [...]

  3. [...] to have a plan and be prepared in case a crisis arises. In a power point posted by Barbara Nixon, Public Relations During Times of Crisis, you can find a list of elements that are important to have in your “Crisis Communication Kit” [...]

  4. [...] To see the full slideshow, click on Public Relations During Times of Crisis. [...]

  5. [...] For a continuation of this post check out Barbara Nixon’s blog on Public Relations During Times of Crisis. [...]

  6. [...] on what you learned in this week’s class discussions and lecture on Public Relations During Times of Crisis, write a blog post about some aspect of crisis [...]

  7. [...] A “crisis” is any event that could cause damage to the company’s reputation.  So what do you need to have on hand when a crisis occurs?  The answer: these 7 things, found at Barbara Nixon’s blog, Public Relations Matters. [...]

  8. [...]  To see the lecture and find out more about crisis communication click here. [...]

  9. [...] on what you learned in this week’s class discussions and lecture on Public Relations During Times of Crisis, write a blog post about some aspect of crisis [...]

  10. [...] that risks undesired visibility that in turn threatens significant reputational damage” (Nixon 2). Although there are several types of crises and even more reasons they happen, it’s quite [...]

  11. [...] The three “Rs of Communication are found starting on slide 10 of our public relations PowerPoint, which can be found at http://publicrelationsmatters.com/2010/04/06/public-relations-in-times-of-crisis/ [...]

  12. [...] topic was crisis management. Mrs Nixon has put together an informative slide which you can view here. The term crisis is defined by Doorley and Garcia on pg. 328 of the text as “a nonroutine [...]

  13. [...] TOW #6  To start the discussion on crisis communication, I wanted to point out the interesting manner in which crisis is defined on the power point provided, http://publicrelationsmatters.com/2010/04/06/public-relations-in-times-of-crisis/. [...]

  14. [...] Leave a comment Go to comments After viewing Professor Barbara Nixon’s lecture entitled Public Relations During Times of Crisis, I began to think back to my interview with Regina Carle and her extensive career experience with [...]

  15. [...] Jun  Professor Nixon’s Public Relations in Times of Crisis slideshow, defines crisis as a nonroutine event that risks undesired visibility that in turn threaten [...]

  16. [...] teacher had us look at her slideshow about Public Relations During Times of Crisis. She defined crisis as “a nonroutine event that risks undesired visibility that in turn [...]

  17. [...] significant reputational damage,” according to a slide show I was given by my professor called,  Public Relations During Times of Crisis. When first reading this definition, I was a little confused. After looking through some other [...]

  18. [...] on what you learned in this week’s class discussions and lecture on Public Relations During Times of Crisis, write a blog post about some aspect of crisis [...]

  19. [...] 2, 2010 by breakfastatiffanyssss From Professor Nixon’s lecture on Crisis Communication, I learned that it’s better to prevent a crisis before it happens. [...]

  20. [...] to deal with this video after it was released. I think if they would have followed a list on crisis like Professor Nixon’s, they would have handled the situation much [...]

  21. [...] and execution can minimize damage to the company. To read more about this topic please see Professor Nixon’s valuable lecture or even my blog post about this [...]

  22. [...] to Professor Nixon’s lecture about crisis in public relations there are four types of crisis situations a company can [...]

  23. [...] After this week’s discussion on public relations during times of crisis, I really got a grasp for how important it is to know how to handle a crisis when it arises. [...]

  24. [...] on what you learned in this week’s class discussions and lecture on Public Relations During Times of Crisis, write a blog post about some aspect of crisis [...]

  25. [...] 2010-04-06T05:01:21  Thx to @kamihuyse RT @andrewcareaga: Terrific slidedeck, great tabletop exercises RT: PR in Times of Crisis [link to post] [...]

  26. [...] 2010-04-06T05:01:21  Terrific slidedeck, great tabletop exercises RT @BarbaraNixon: Public Relations in Times of Crisis [link to post] [...]

  27. [...] 2010-04-06T04:49:00  [Blog]: Public Relations in Times of Crisis [link to post] [...]

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