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101 Tips for Communication in Emergencies
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The general reading audience for 101 Tips for Communication in Emergencies consists of people who participate in one or more of these activities:

  • Lead, participate in, charter, sponsor or train enterprise emergency management teams
  • Emergency management planners
  • Leaders of or participants in emergency after-action reviews (retrospectives)
  • Journalists who cover enterprise emergencies
  • Organizational leaders, especially those considering redesign of emergency management plans
  • Investigators looking into organizational performance during enterprise emergencies

How to Reach the Buyers

Buyers of this product are, for the most part, those who are preparing for enterprise emergencies or brand emergencies. Once the incident has begun, this product is still of some use, but it will be very difficult to get the attention of the buyers, because they're preoccupied with the incident. Market this item to buyers either:

  • Prior to any incident, or
  • Following an incident that the organization might not have handled well, or
  • During and after an incident involving another organization similar to theirs

Other buyers include those not directly involved with enterprise emergency management, such as journalists, investigators and trainers. You can market to them at any time, but they'll be most interested either during or after a major incident that occupies a significant slice of public attention.

Buyers residing within the enterprise are motivated by some or all of the following concerns:

  • They want to be able to demonstrate, post-incident, that they provided the organization with the best resources to prepare them for emergency management
  • They want to ensure that the performance of the emergency management team is everything it could be, in the event of some future incident
  • They want to prepare for a specific kind of incident, perhaps one similar to an incident lately in the news involving a competitor or a similar organization
  • They're being reviewed by a process standards organization, and they want to ensure that they will obtain the certification they seek
  • They've been told by an insurer that their emergency management plan needs upgrading and they are looking for resources for ideas and utilities to include in the revamped plan
  • They've learned that a competitor organization is more sophisticated about enterprise emergency management, and they want to meet the competition, to use the new capability as a marketing tool

Web sites that appeal to emergency planners include:

Here are some conferences of interest to enterprise emergency planners:

The job titles of prospective buyers vary, of course, with the size of the organization. For small organizations, approach senior management directly. But in larger organizations, look for these titles and certifications:

  • Manager/Director/VP, Business Continuity and/or Strategic Planning
  • Directors Business Continuity and/or Recovery Services
  • Directors Global Continuity
  • Directors Security
  • Chief Technology Officer, Chief Security Officer, Chief Information Officer
  • Director of Information and Technology
  • Director Risk Management
  • Director Operations
  • Director Internet Security
  • Director Information Security
  • Director Human Resources
  • IT Manager
  • Technology Developer
  • Systems and/or Program Manager
  • Internet Security and Information Security Manager
  • FBCI, MBCI, ABCI

Take care not to market to people who are looking (primarily) for public relations capabilities. This product deals with internal communication, as opposed to public mass communication. This product is designed for those who want to make team communications more effective in emergencies, especially within the emergency management team itself.

If they're searching for resources on the Web, they're probably looking for some of these keywords and keyphrases:

  • Business Continuity
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Vulnerability Management
  • Contingency planning
  • Crisis management
  • Disaster planning
  • Disaster recovery
  • Emergency planning
  • Business Continuity Management
  • Business Continuity Management {Maturity, Policy, Plan, Planning, Process, Program, Team}
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • BCP
  • (Business) Critical Functions
  • Business Impact resource recovery Analysis (BIRRA)
  • Business Recovery Management
  • Business Recovery Management {Maturity, Policy, Plan, Planning, Process, Program, Services, Team}
  • Business Recovery Planning
  • Call Tree
  • Cascade System
  • Alternate Site
  • Crisis Management
  • Command, Control and Coordination
  • Control Culture
  • Control Self-Assessment (CSA)
  • {Inner, Outer} Cordon
  • {Corporate, Enterprise} Governance
  • Crisis (Recovery) Management
  • Crisis (Recovery) Management {Maturity, Policy, Plan, Planning, Process, Program, Services, Team}
  • Crisis (Recovery) Planning
  • Damage Assessment
  • Data {Mirroring, Protection}
  • Database Shadowing
  • Emergency Data Services
  • Disaster (Recovery) Management
  • Disaster (Recovery) Management {Maturity, Policy, Plan, Planning, Process, Program, Services, Team}
  • Disaster (Recovery) Planning
  • Electronic Vaulting
  • Incident {Management, Recovery, Command, Commander, Control, Control Center}
  • Exercise {Plan, Script, Controller, Director, Observer, Umpire}
  • {Extreme, Catastrophic} {Incident, Event, Emergency, Crisis}
  • Maximum Acceptable Outage
  • Maximum Tolerable Downtime
  • Pre-positioned resource
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  • Emergency (Recovery) Management
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  • Emergency (Recovery) Planning
  • {Full, Dress} {Rehearsal, Drill}
  • {Information Technology, IT} {Disaster, Incident, Emergency} (Recovery)
  • Risk {Management, Profile, Mitigation, Recovery, Status, Scenarios, Reduction, Factors}
  • System {Recovery, Restore}
  • Tabletop Exercise
  • Technology Recovery Planning

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Marketing Synergy Opportunities

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Resources

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Title:101 Tips for Communication in Emergencies
Author:Richard Brenner
Principal, Chaco Canyon Consulting
Format:Acrobat
Price:USD 19.95
Commission rate:50%
File size:656 KBytes
Delivery method:Instant download
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