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  • CHANGE. ADAPT. ROCK. ON CRISIS

    Crisis management is an important subset of public relations. It is a process designed to prevent or lessen the damage an unplanned difficulty can inflict on a business and its stakeholders. A crisis communications plan ensures that all pertinent personnel can promptly and effectively communicate during crises, share information that will allow the organization to

  • Strategic Planning and Strategy

    Creating a Strategic Plan and Why You Need it

    When things are moving a million miles an hour, taking time to pause and plan doesn’t seem like an effective use of time, especially with the current health and economic climate. As a team that prides itself on being nimble and able to adapt to changing conditions, we totally get it! But we’ll let you

  • Goodbye January, Hello 2015!

    By: Mandy Cummings, Account Coordinator   As February draws nearer, we’ve noticed a bittersweet feeling looming in the (uncharacteristically warm) Colorado winter air. Maybe we’re just still lingering over the disappointment of not being able to cheer on our Broncos in the Super Bowl this Sunday. Maybe we’re resisting the drudgery of tax season. Maybe

  • How to Avoid a Communications Crisis During a Natural Disaster

    Catastrophe in Colorado calls for crisis communication. By: Kelly Richardson, WildRock Consultant When a slow-moving cold front stalled over our hometown in Colorado last week and challenged warm, monsoonal air coming from the south, a catastrophic storm paralyzed the state. The once gentle creeks of Colorado turned to surges of fast-flowing water; main roads and

  • Expecting the Unexpected: The Importance of Crisis Management

    By: Sara Seely, Account Development Executive This topic makes most people cringe and for good reason. If you own your own business or are responsible for managing your organization’s brand reputation, you already know how much work goes into building a strong and positive brand presence. But are you prepared and ready to respond to