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Podcasts for the Unpredictable

24 August 2018 by Kara Jobmann

The one thing you can rely on is that everything will change and nothing will ever truly be reliable. The uncertainty of the world can be scary, forcing us to prepare for the worst-case scenario, whether it be in our personal lives, our businesses, or our relationships. Protecting yourself from…

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#MeToo – the hashtag outing sexual harassment in corporate America

19 July 2018 by Chris Malpass

As sexual harassment scandals continue to engulf corporate America, how should your organisation be preparing?  It’s unsurprising that we’re being asked by leaders from some of the world’s largest companies to help them run their teams through training workshops and simulations based on the #MeToo scenario impacting their business. As shown…

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10 reactions to crisis simulations in 2017

21 December 2017 by Kate Rawlins

It’s the eve before Christmas leave, and the emails are starting to go quiet. Looking back over all of our files last night, we’ve facilitated some exciting projects during 2017. But all in all, there have been some memorable moments across the board when it comes to observing participant reactions during…

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It’s not a sprint, but it is a race

16 November 2016 by Kate Rawlins

There is something about a breaking crisis that’s thrilling. Perhaps it’s the mystery of the unknown which keeps us intrigued, thirsty for more details. Or maybe the initial state of shock keeps us hungry for answers and information. Whatever it is, when an issue breaks it’s consuming for everyone –…

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#boycottbyron: reputation management once social takes hold

3 August 2016 by Kate Rawlins

Social media is instantaneous. It connects us and keeps us informed in real time. It’s a sea of networks that feed off each other for information. It has the ability to create a viral sensation quickly – sometimes too fast. In an age where social media is interwoven into the…

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Hello!

19 July 2016 by Kate Rawlins

I’m Kate, and as the newest member of the Social Simulator team, I thought I’d take this opportunity to introduce myself and share my experience with you all. I have joined the team after moving to London from Australia. The motivation to move to the UK was sparked by my…

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Don’t panic! Laugh it off.

2 April 2015 by Al Smith

Misjudged humour can often leave organisations with egg on their face(book). It may be that you didn’t realise something had a double meaning, your halo has never slipped – or it could be that you didn’t read your post back out loud before hitting publish. There have been a few recent…

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Why information is power for crisis communicators

27 February 2015 by Chris Malpass

Crisis communication is essentially about informing key stakeholders – customers, staff, investors, journalists etc, about what you are doing to resolve a potentially damaging situation. After all, there is no point in doing the right things if you don’t tell anyone about it. The integrity of the information you share…

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