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    Edward Segal is a Leadership Strategy contributor for, where he writes stories about crisis management and communication-related news, topics, and issues. His previous posts follow below, and can also be read at

    GameStop Story Provides 7 Crisis Management Lessons For Business Leaders

    CEOs Can Jeopardize Careers And Companies When they Go Public With Personal Opinions

    New Vaccine Supply And Distribution Problems Slow Fight Against Covid—And Provide More Crisis Management Lessons

    How And Why Corporate Lobbying Will Continue To Matter During New Biden Administration

    Companies Send Message To Lawmakers—And Public—By Suspending Political Donations

    What Many Small Businesses Need From Biden Administration To Survive—And Recover—From Covid Crisis

    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Is Providing Key Crisis Communication Lessons

    Biden’s National Covid-19 Strategy: Key Crisis Management Plan Lessons For Business Leaders

    How Companies Can Partner With Governments To Distribute Covid Vaccine Efficiently And Effectively

    Businesses Prepare For Potential Security Threats

    Covid Vaccination Incentives: The Risks And Rewards For Employers

    Dolly Parton As Crisis Manager And Communicator

    Survey: Pandemic And Risk Of Recession Are The Top Threats That Will Keep Business Leaders Up At Night In 2021

    There’s No End In Sight To Affordable Housing Crisis That Makes It Harder To Recruit And Retain Workers

    Early Confusion About Capitol Riots Underscores Need To Quickly Know The Facts About Any Corporate Crisis

    Companies Seek To Limit PR Damage Caused By Employees Who Took Part In Capitol Riots

    What Biden’s Nomination Of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh To Be Secretary Of Labor Means For Business And Labor

    Deepfakes: 7 Ways To Guard Against This New Form Of Disinformation

    After Setting A New Record In 2020, Workplace-Related Litigation Will Remain A Source Of Significant Financial Exposure For Employers

    Takeover Of U.S. Capitol Provides Crisis Management Lessons For Business Leaders

    How To Respond to Multiple Crisis Situations Created By The Coronavirus And Other Emergencies

    Codes Of Conduct And Ethics Can Help Guard Against And Address Crisis Situation

    How Your Company Responds To A Crisis In 2021 Can Depend On The Country Where It Is Located

    These Crisis Management New Year’s Resolutions Are For Every Business Leader

    FollowThis British Leader’s Example: When Necessary, Change Course In A Crisis

    As New Covid-19 Mutation Spreads, Johnson And Cuomo Are Following A Basic Rule Of Crisis Management

    First Communication Problem Surfaces In Recently Launched Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign

    CEO Turnover Has Been Down At Some Companies During The Coronavirus Crisis. Here’s Why.

    Why Business Leaders Should Pay Attention To How Hospitals Rollout The Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign

    How To Guard Against Credit Card And Expense Report Fraud

    How They Handled Or Created A Crisis In 2020: Here Are The New Members Of My Crisis Management Hall of Fame—And Hall of Shame

    Checkered Policies For Giving Vaccines To U.S. Workers Could Creat Another Pandemic-Related Crisis

    How President Joe Biden Can Unite The Country

    How To Lead By Examples In Crisis Situations

    In Latest Example of Corporate Activism, Companies Are Working With Environmentalists To Fight Climate Change

    What Biden’s Appointments To Economic Team Mean For Business Leaders

    Boeing Faces New Challenges Now That FAA Ban Of 737 MAX Is Lifted

    Biden Will Need Congressional Approval In Order To Come Through On Most Of His Labor-Related Campaign Promises

    Public Libraries Can Help Companies Survive the Pandemic

    Boeing Faces News Challenges Now That FAA Ban of 737 MAX Is Lifted

    CEO Activism Will Likely Continue In New Biden Era

    What The Race To Be Biden’s Labor Secretary Could Mean For Business

    Biden Will Need Congressional Approval In Order To Come Through On Most Of His Labor-Related Campaign Promises

    New Survey: Covid-19 Has Significantly Impacted Workers And Their Performance

    Biden-Harris Transition Announces Review Of Labor Department’s Operations

    President-Elect Biden’s 8 Early Crisis Management Lessons For Business Leaders

    How To Ensure Your Company Survives The Covid–19 Pandemic

    Election Officials Are Providing Crisis Management Lessons For Business Leaders

    New Help Not On The Way To Protect Businesses From Disinformation, Misinformation

    Set The Record Straight ASAP To protect Your Company’s Image and Reputation

    12 Best And Worst Communication Practices From The Second Trump-Biden Televised Debate

    How Your Company Can Fight The Never-Ending War Against Misinformation

    7 Crisis Management Lessons From The 2020 Campaign Trail

    73% of Americans Fearful Of Returning To Workplace Because of Covid-19 Concerns

    3 Ways to Ensure Your Crisis Management and Communication Plans Will Work

    5 Communication Lessons From The Harris-Pence Debate

    Will Your Spokesperson Measure-Up In A Crisis Situation?