Your brand works hard for its relationships, its reputation, and its status.
It deserves the gift of invincibility.
The Crisis Ready Coaching Program is designed to help you build brand invincibility in a fraction of the time it would take you on your own, for a fraction of the investment it would cost you to hire an expert.
Building a crisis ready culture is a dynamic and challenging undertaking.
Throughout her years of working with organizations, Melissa Agnes has come to learn that often times those who are tasked with this role find that it can be a stressful experience for a number of reasons. The three biggest and most common of these reasons include:
There are a lot of moving parts. Everything from classifying your high-risk scenarios, to designing your internal escalation protocols, to integrating the program into the culture of your organization...all of which is complex, yet critical.
You’re busy. This is not the only thing on your to-do list, you’re juggling multiple projects and commitments, and you know that in order to do this right it will require time and commitment.
Not everyone “gets it”. Becoming crisis ready requires buy-in and support from the entire organization, and it can be frustrating to need the participation of colleagues who are not completely sold on the “why” or the necessity of it all.
But what if it didn't have to be?
The Crisis Ready Coaching Program was designed to help you conquer these challenges and help your organization become crisis ready in a fraction of the time it would take you on your own, for a fraction of the investment it would cost you to hire an expert.
About the Crisis Ready Coaching Program
This is a 6-month program designed to help you streamline the process of designing and implementing your organization’s crisis readiness. The goal is to have you come out of it with a robust and scalable Crisis Ready Program that meets best practice standards.
It’s complex... so why not leverage a proven framework and helpful resources?
It’s time-consuming... so why not streamline the process by tapping into the knowledge and experience of others?
It’s isolating... so why not benefit from a supportive peer group that gets it?