Working with the Media During Your Company’s Public Crisis

The video above issues my invitation to work with your organization on site–to prepare you for dealing with the media constructively during your company’s public crisis situation. As you note, I encourage you to call me today, so we can discus when I will come to your organization to provide this vital training.

Call me: 678-316-4300

Also, here are other resources that will help you cooperate with media representatives more productively:

ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR DEALING WITH THE MEDIA DURING A CRISIS

http://ezinearticles.com/?Essential-Steps-for-Dealing-With-the-Media-During-a-Crisis&id=8567756

HOW TO WRITE PRESS RELEASES THAT GET MEDIA ATTENTION
http://www.businessknowhow.com/marketing/release.htm

BECOME THE IDEAL RADIO OR TV GUEST

http://www.businessknowhow.com/marketing/tvradioguest.htm

SELF DEFENSE TACTICS OF POLITICAL SPEAKERS
http://www.businessknowhow.com/growth/political.htm

BREAK INTO PRINT WITH LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
http://ezinearticles.com/?Break-Into-Print-With-Letters-to-the-Editor&id=2028721

CNN ANCHOR’S ADVICE ABOUT SPEAKING
http://www.businessknowhow.com/growth/conversational.htm

ENDORSEMENT FOR MY MEDIA TRAINING SEMINAR
Shortly after I directed my seminar–“How to Work with the Media During a Crisis”–participant Margie Asef wrote this:

Bill’s informative seminar provided a rich array of ideas and resources to prepare for media communications during a “never-invited” crisis. I hope I’ll never have to use any of the skill set, but I’m better prepared if I do. Thanks Bill!margieasef
Margie Asef, Community Relations Manager,
Greater Atlanta Christian School

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Detective Mike Williams–Stay Alert, Stay Alive

Atlanta Detective Mike Williams joined me in “The Communication Corner,” broadcasted live by WBCX, 89.1 FM on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. ET, with a 6:00 a.m. Thursday rebroadcast. I interviewed him about a highly relevant, much-needed topic–how to protect yourself from criminals.

Speaking from the vantage point of 25 years in law enforcement, Mike discussed:
–How “Neighborhood Watch” programs protect residents
–What to do when a stranger rings your doorbell
–Safest ways to protect your home when you travel
–Keeping your purse and wallet away from pickpockets
–Making your visit to the ATM machine a safe one
–Having a “bogus set” of keys with you
–Internet scams to avoid

And our 60-minute conversation included other creative crime-preventing strategies.

HEAR MIKE WILLIAMS’ADVICE ABOUT OUTSMARTING CRIMINALS
Click the arrow below, located just above the Audio MP3 lettering.

MIKE WILLIAMS’ CONTACT INFORMATION
Web site: http://www.stayalertseminars.com
E-mail: mailto:mike@stayalertseminars.com
Phone: 404-786-4286

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You’ll find witty, wise advice in his brief book, Stay Alert, Stay Alive

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