Kiasu Crisis Management Announces Appointment of Ian Pugh

December 1, 2020

Ian Pugh; Non-ExecDirector, Kiasu CrisisManagement Kiasu Crisis Management has announced that Ian Pugh, formerly of Intu PLC, will be joining the company in the position of Non-Executive Director. The appointment aims to strengthen Kiasu’s position as the leading expert within the UK crisis preparedness and commercial counter-terrorism spheres. Pugh will step into a newly created… Keep reading?

Face To Face Vs Online Training – Which Suits Your Learning Style?

March 23, 2020

Businesses are constantly trying to upskill their workers. Employees undergo all manner of training from earning job-specific qualifications to crisis management training. This training is essential to building a strong and competent workforce and being able to tackle the many challenges businesses face. Challenges such as whether to train your staff face to face or… Keep reading?

How Cyber Crimes Pose A Threat To Your Business

February 21, 2020

In this post, we are going to look at the threat of cybercrimes and how they could affect your business. We’ll address what makes them such a threat and what you can do to prevent them. We’ll even show you how you can prepare for the worst and how crisis management training can make sure… Keep reading?

Why Leadership Is Important in Crisis Management

January 28, 2020

When a crisis occurs, it’s easy to let panic set in. It can feel like you have lost control, but it also feels like that for everyone else involved and it’s important that someone steps up to manage the situation. There is no rarer time where strong leadership is required more than during a crisis…. Keep reading?

Protecting Your Reputation When a Disaster Hits

December 17, 2019

Not every crisis your business encounters will make the headlines. Normally, the general public will only hear about it if you don’t deal with it in the right way. Effective crisis and communication management is the key to helping a company overcome a crisis quickly, preventing extensive damage to your reputation, and reducing any negative… Keep reading?

Caring for People When a Crisis Strikes

November 21, 2019

It’s in everyone’s interests for an organisation to recover from a crisis quickly and its people are at the heart of this. There’s no doubt that people are the greatest asset in any business and their safety and wellbeing should be placed at the heart of business continuity. Recent ISO 22330 guidance states the importance… Keep reading?

How To Recover From a Crisis or Major Incident at Work

October 29, 2019

Unplanned events can have a devastating effect on businesses. Crises such as fire, damage to stock, or IT system failure could all make it difficult or even impossible to carry out your normal day-to-day activities. At worst, this could see you losing important customers – and even going out of business altogether. All businesses should… Keep reading?

7 Steps You Should Take to Communicate in a Crisis

September 27, 2019

Whether you want to believe it or not, every organisation is vulnerable to crises and the first rule of crisis management is to communicate. The first few hours after the incident occurs are absolutely critical and they set the tone for the duration of the crisis. Poor internal and external communication following a crisis can… Keep reading?

7 examples of great crisis management media training in the real world

May 31, 2019

Crisis management media training Crisis Management – the most important facet of PR When crisis occurs, it’s difficult to predict what will happen. By investing in crisis management training, businesses can pre-emptively control as many variables as possible. The aim of a crisis management strategy is to increase the chances of coming out of crises… Keep reading?

How active shooter training has saved lives

May 31, 2019

Active shooter training We’ve all seen at least one news report about a school shooting, armed rampage or marauding firearms attack – more likely to be recent than not. Armed gunmen are a real and serious threat, and active shooter incidents have been on the rise over the last few decades, most notably in the… Keep reading?

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