Minter Dialogue with Erik Bernstein
This interview is with Erik Bernstein, Vice President at Bernstein Crisis Management. Working alongside his father, the renowned Jonathan Bernstein, the publisher of Crisis Manager and author of Keeping the Wolves at Bay, Erik has has been working on crisis management since 2009 through the massive changes brought about by the Internet and Social Media. In this discussion, we talk about the challenges that companies have in spotting and managing crises, as well as exploring the issues of transparency, speed and trust. We also talk about how Erik manages their blog as a business driver.
'When the trust account is high, communication is easy, instant and effective.' ― Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change Click To Tweet
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To connect with Erik Bernstein:
- You can find Erik on Twitter: @nomorecrisis
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