There are three possible scenarios when a crisis communication occurs: you are guilty, not guilty at all, you don’t have the slightest idea what is going on. Here’s a brief description of what your crisis communication should include in each of these three situations.
Olgierd Annusewicz ,Trainer and consultant in communication skills, Assistant Professor (political sciences), Acting Director at CfPA UW
Lecturer, trainer and consultant in social skills. Assistant Professor at Warsaw University, lectures on rhetoric and eristic, the art of negotiation, methods of advertising and promotion, and project management. As a trainer he specializes in self-presentation, presentation, public speaking and communication trainings (the use of persuasive language in particular). He also conducts trainings in negotiation and team management. Based on the results of the training needs assessment, he combines various topics and his experience from many fields to create and implement training programmes tailored to the specific needs of customers. A recognised consultant in the area of image creation and marketing presentations, rebranding, promotion campaigns, media relations and crisis communication. He was responsible for rebranding of one of the polish consulting companies and afterwards became a advisor to the board of the company responsible for marketing and supporting HR department. He is the author of tools for effective planning of professional development project team members.