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Crisis Com: Understanding Crisis in the Organization

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Crisis Com: Understanding Crisis in the Organization
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781999486747
Number of pages: 181

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With all the disasters today, organizations, from schools to huge corporations, have to protect themselves from crises. Executives, managers, spokespersons, PR professionals and more need Crisis Communications data and training to stop the bleeding. Crisis Com is written by two of the most experienced crisis managers (and instigators) in Canada.

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