THE BOOKS

We’re happy to announce our latest book A Board Member’s Guide to Crisis PR, as well as the second edition of A Lawyer’s Guide to Crisis PR are available on Amazon!
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A Board Member’s Guide to Crisis PR (ranked #3 on Amazon’s Best Seller list in Business Communication Skills!)

Worried about how to deal quickly and effectively with sensitive situations that can impact you and your organization’s reputation?

Contrary to popular belief, many of our clients come to us for things that aren’t media disasters.

Oops. I didn’t realize the microphone was on. I didn’t mean to hit Send. I didn’t realize I was breaking the law.

Uh oh. We’re being investigated for what? The auditor discovered how much money is missing? What do you mean they’re filing a lawsuit against us?

Oh no. How did they find out about that? I thought someone was taking care of it. How did those photos get leaked?

Crises come in all shapes and sizes. Our first priority is to protect your business, your non-profit, and your reputation.

Some of our greatest successes are the ones you’ll never read or hear about.

 

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A Lawyer’s Guide to Crisis PR (ranked #1 on Amazon’s Best Sellers list in Law & Communications.)

Ever do something you immediately regretted? Wish you could take back those words you just blurted out? Keep on wishing.

Lawyers are on the front lines when clients are caught in an unflattering spotlight. So are those who do Crisis & Reputation Management.

Contrary to popular belief, many of our clients come to us for things that aren’t media disasters. Crises come in all shapes and sizes both in and out of the media’s glare.

Our goal is to make you more valuable to your clients and your firm.

This book is brief on purpose. You’re busy and have little time. We have no desire to fill pages with fluff. We explored only questions you said are important to you.

 
Our first edition of A LAWYER’S GUIDE TO CRISIS PR: Protecting Your Clients In & From the Media has been retired. So if you have a copy, consider it a collector’s item.

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