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Competition Prize Draw

Win a copy of ‘Crisis Proof: How to prepare for the worst day of your business life’ by Jonathan Hemus


Congratulations to Andy Green who won a copy of ‘Public Relations Ethics: The Real World Guide’ by Trevor Morris and Simon Goldsworthy.

Our latest book competition gives you the chance to win a copy of ‘Crisis Proof: How to prepare for the worst day of your business life’ by Jonathan Hemus.

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Mishandled crises can devastate businesses, lives and livelihoods. Amazon best-seller ‘Crisis Proof: How to prepare for the worst day of your business life’ will enable you to sleep peacefully at night, knowing your organisation is ready to protect its business and reputation, whatever the world may throw at it. Read this book to ensure you succeed in your role as your organisation’s crisis management champion by:

• Gaining confidence and clarity about the requirements to make your company crisis proof
• Learning how to create and embed a crisis-resistant culture
• Understanding the real purpose of crisis management plans and critical content
• Creating a high performing crisis management team
• Discovering the essential characteristics of a successful crisis response

The book is available from Waterstones and Amazon.

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Hint: We talked about this particular crisis way back in Show 20 – Understanding Language & Culture In An International Crisis

About the Author

Crisis Proof is written by Jonathan Hemus, founder and managing director of crisis management consultancy Insignia. During his 25-year career he has advised a diverse range of clients including Anglo American, Cathay Pacific, DP World, the International Cricket Council, Lidl and Procter & Gamble. Jonathan is chair of the Advisory Board at Aston University’s Crisis Centre where he lectures on its MSc in Crisis and Disaster Management.  In 2020, he was named as one of the IoD’s directors of the year for his work on advising businesses on their COVID-19 responses.