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Melissa Agnes
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Crisis Management Strategist and Keynote Speaker
Crisis Management Strategist and Keynote Speaker

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What are some strategies you've used to get #HR a seat at the #crisis management table?


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Good read from +Gini Dietrich
Honda continues to have to recall cars and their online communication is suffering, Here is what you can learn from them.

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What are some natural quirks, qualities or traits that make you uniquely skilled at your job? One of mine is that I have an analytical mind, which comes from having been a paranoid child!



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#Ebola taught us some important crisis management lessons. These lessons need to be applied by the government and healthcare organizations, in their preparation to manage the #Zikavirus

What is your favorite aspect about crisis management? Would love to hear your thoughts!

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The recorded session is available if you're interested in learning how to create a #crisiscomms  plan. Go to lesmconference.com for more info.
Great kick off to The #LESM  Conference today...
All about crisis communications. +Billy Grogan  and +Melissa Agnes showed exactly what goes wrong when you don't communicats. 
Melissa laid out a plan for crisis communications that works, is scalable and is adaptable to multiple agencies and events. 
"Don't let your issue become a crisis." #police   #lawenforcement  
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Register for the 2015 Law Enforcement Social Media Conference
Digital training for the digital age just makes sense. No travel, no hotels, no lost time with family or work. 
Register here: http://lesmconference.com
#police   #lesm   #government  

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On this week's #podcast, Garth Rowan and I discuss #OnlineShaming and its impact on reputational risk for both organizations and professionals. It's a complex topic but it's a timely topic. Where should the line be drawn and how can organizations and professionals minimize their risk? Tune in for some interesting stories and important takeaways:

http://melissaagnes.com/tcip-050-online-shaming-with-garth-rowan/
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