The Crisis Intelligence Podcast with Melissa Agnes
About This Show
With social media, the 24/hour news cycle, mobile technology and everything else, crisis management has become an art form that needs to be more than just a plan, but incorporated into the fibres of your organization's corporate culture.
On her podcast, Melissa Agnes interviews leaders and interesting people from around the globe. Together, they discuss the leading trends, issues and strategies for effective crisis management in this connected and real-time world.
Subscribe to this podcast and join Melissa as she unravels the complexities that this 21st century presents to your organization and helps you turn today's real-time challenges into a winning crisis management strategy.
Most Recent Episode
TCIP #058 - Helping Law Enforcement Implement a Crisis Ready Culture with Brian Willis
Aug 1 16
When it comes to crisis management, law enforcement has one of the most challenging tasks. Not only does their crisis management involve real dangers and the important mission of keeping their communities and themselves safe and out of harms way, but it also includes a need for effective and nearly instantaneous communications. And while the former challenge has always been a part of their job description, the latter is relatively new with ever evolving real-time challenges. Challenges that can be difficult and grueling to overcome. Those of you who have followed me for a while know that I am dedicated to helping law enforcement agencies implement a 21st century crisis-ready culture. Whether it be through my work with law enforcement agencies, EMDs, cities and municipalities, or by leveraging my blog, podcast or #crisisready video series. This is why I was honored when Brian Willis reached out to invite me onto his podcast for his Excellence In Training Academy, which is “a membership site for law enforcement trainers who are committed to the pursuit of excellence in their life and in their training”. Brian does some amazing work within the law enforcement profession, including being the cofounder of WINx, an annual conference targeted for law enforcement professionals who aren’t happy with the status quo and are willing to be part of the growth and evolution of the law enforcement profession. Brian was also gracious enough to allow me to repurpose the podcast we recorded together and share it with all of you. It’s a dynamic discussion with lots of great advice and takeaways for the law enforcement profession, so be sure to tune in! Subscribe to the Crisis Intelligence Podcast! Subscribe and leave us a review on