Managing Your Communications Plan During a Crisis

June 25, 2020 Sarah Parker

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. Now more than ever, it’s evident that a thorough crisis communications plan must include how your organization will manage a major local, national or worldwide event.

While most of these events are out of anyone’s control, PR professionals do have control over the response and action their brands take when an unforeseen event occurs.

We at Cision want to help you take control of your brand during these wholly unique times, so we put together this Managing Your Communications Plan During a Crisis checklist to help manage your comms plan during a crisis.

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Managing Your Communications Plan During a Crisis Cision

Download the full checklist to use as a guide when formulating your plan to make sure you have all your bases covered.

About the Author

Sarah Parker

Sarah A. Parker is the Content Marketing Manager for Cision, planning, producing and curating content across channels. She previously managed content and social media for several different brands, in addition to working as a freelance writer. Find her on Twitter @SparkerWorks where she is happy to talk all things social media strategy, the dynamic world of PR, and mastiffs.

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