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EE Voice

By Sharon McIntosh and Sharon Phillips


Exploring the world of employee engagement through the lens of internal communications with Sharon McIntosh and Sharon Phillips
United States
35 episodes
since Nov, 2015


Episode #28: Taking the Crisis out of Crisis Communications

In this era of hyper-alertness about everything from data security to natural disasters, it’s no longer a question of whether you need to develop a crisis communication plan. It’s how to develop one that works. As an employee communication professional, you’re key to this process. So are employees, as is – no surprise here – social media. The latest episode of EE Voice, Sharon Phillips explores these murky waters with internal comms consultant and author Paul Barton. Tune in to hear why Paul advocates a proactive approach to crisis communications that includes employees, social media and something he calls “the five Ps.” Tune in to hear more. About Paul: Paul Barton, ABC, works with busy internal communications professionals who need fresh ideas, a coach in their corner or an extra pair of hands. After a successful 20-year career leading internal communications teams at six fast-growing and highly successful companies, Paul launched his own consulting firm and authored Maximizing Internal Communication: Strategies to Turn Heads, Win Hearts, Engage Employees and Get Results. His current clients include global real estate, global mining and minerals, and global high-tech companies. When not putting fires out for his clients, you can find Paul sipping a latte, playing guitar and spending time with his family in Phoenix, Arizona. Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: @PaulBartonABC  
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