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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Crisis Containment
An exclusive excerpt from the recent edition of Corporate Public Issues and Their Management.
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ICMC Explores the Edge of Crisis Management
- Takeaway #1: Make friends with the Head of Security. The mutual learning will be valuable.
- Takeaway #2: Bridge the language gap.
- Takeaway #3: Banish smoke & mirrors.
- Takeaway #4: Preparedness starts at home.
- Takeaway #5: There’s no substitute for quick, creative thinking.
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Aim for the Zone of Constructive Engagement
When leadership is surprised by new external confrontation, a gut-reaction response is natural, but can be very costly. The 12-page paper helps you better anticipate the challenge and take stock of the true costs and implications so that your organization’s response is more rational.