When the crisis has been managed, the organization’s primary focus is to do everything in its power to return to business as usual. But there needs to be more to it than that.
Post-crisis, there are some very important discussions and actions that need to be taken, in order to continue to implement and strengthen your crisis-ready corporate culture. And these discussions and actions should be incorporated into your crisis preparedness program now, before crisis strikes.
So what are these important discussions and actions that you need to be prepared to take, post-crisis?
This is the precise question I answer in this week’s #crisisready video. Take a look!
How has your organization addressed this aspect of your crisis preparedness?
Comment below or use the hashtag #crisisready on Twitter and let’s continue this conversation.
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