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When disaster strikes, you need fast, accurate information and expert guidance.  Careful  planning and prevention can help you avoid many, if not most, “critical incidents.”  When the unexpected or unavoidable occurs, though, the future of your business may depend on the speed and precision of your response.

What defines a “catastrophe" or "critical incident"?  Depending on your company – your size, industry, history, and a host of other factors – many events might be viewed as a crisis.  Possibilities might include:

  • Hostile or aggressive behavior between coworkers
  • The defection or death of a key manager/employee
  • Natural disasters such as wildfires, floods, and hurricanes
  • Loss in business or income during an economic downturn
  • Security breaches or criminal activity
  • Sexual relations between a supervisor and subordinate

Partner with WorkSmart to get 24/7 assistance from the most experienced, highly-trained experts in crisis management.  Large or small, you get the immediate advice and help you need when you call our 24-hour emergency hotline.

WorkSmart helps by reducing your stress, coaching you and your team as you respond using proven interventions designed for your company.  From start to finish, we’re by your side at every point of the crisis management timeline:

  1. Prevention: From careful screening of new employees to the writing of comprehensive, practical Policies and Procedures
  2. Planning: Identifying high-risk situations and “best practice” solutions for whatever tension or trauma you might experience
  3. Response: Immediate, on-site assistance to help you manage the unavoidable, from Public Relations to post-crisis debriefings

Contact us today for a Free, No-Obligation Consultation on Crisis Management.

June 9, 2016

Many of us have worked with a bad boss in our lifetime. Remember the micro-manager, the yeller,  the softy, the one who’s never there, and/or the boss who takes all the credit for your work? We've all experienced trials and tribulations working under these leadership styles. "It’s frustrating," we say to ourselves, "but that's life." What if, though, we could somehow magically transform supervisors of this sort into competent, inspiring leaders?

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