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A LEGACY OF EXPERTISE
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MORE THAN 1000 CRISIS EVENTS
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Crisis is defined by loss of control.™

Local Government entities and insurers face escalating losses in crisis events. Whether the allegations are excessive use of force, abuse of power, First and Second Amendment Violations, sexual misconduct, racial discrimination, workplace violence, or other exposures, local leadership is under escalating attack.

When facing crisis events that impact people, brand and reputation, Leadership is looking for proven, experienced-based advisory services to help them maintain or restore control.

 

CrisisRisk has decades of successful, hands-on crisis experience in the local government sector.

A common factor in any crisis is time. Crisis events rapidly escalate due to an organization’s failure to recognize and manage the emerging crisis circumstances or threats. The earlier this recognition, the less of the less severity outcomes become.

Together, we create market differentiation, grow programs, enhance member/insured satisfaction and loyalty, reduce frequency and severity, increase profitability, and ensure competitive advantage.

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CrisisCoordinator Certification Review Courses

Quickstart Course

COURSE 1

Introduction

COURSE 7

Working as a CrisisCoordinator: IDENTIFY (Part B)

COURSE 1

Crisis Environment & Terminology (Part A)

COURSE 1

Working as a CrisisCoordinator: ALERT

COURSE 1

Crisis Environment & Terminology (Part B)

COURSE 1

Supporting Leadership: Crisis Communications

COURSE 1

Working as a CrisisCoordinator: RECOGNIZE (Part A)

COURSE 1

Supporting Leadership: Crisis Response

COURSE 1

Working as a CrisisCoordinator: RECOGNIZE (Part B)

COURSE 1

Supporting Leadership: 5 Phases of Crisis

COURSE 1

Working as a CrisisCoordinator: IDENTIFY (Part A)

COURSE 1

Supporting Leadership: Crisis Traps