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I do this kind of stuff for a living, and this book gave me chills. Corporate executives pay consultants fifty grand a month for advice a whole lot less intelligent and compelling than this. Now for just a few bucks they can get this book, put it under their pillows, and sleep well at night, if they sleep at all. -- Gil Schwartz, executive vice president, CBS Corporation
John Weber is the president of Dezenhall Resources.
This book truly educated me on crisis concepts. It changed my thinking and gave me insights on the topic that only a seasoned crisis manager would know. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Hart Vines
Damage Control is a well written, practical book for organizations that may be faced with a crisis. The authors have done an excellent job covering the issues and providing... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bjornslukken
It has very useful tips on corporate behavior and how it can be molded for the media. If you are in pr you must read it.Published 20 months ago by ana Maria Garzon
Eric Dezenhall is not only experienced in counseling on crisies at very high levels of company and peformance-art; he is an accomplished writer who lays it out in practical and... Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by E. Bruce Harrison
Good product for students in the emergency management and crisis management fields as a supplement to what is taught in the class room.Published on October 2, 2008 by Erik T. Sunde
This book contains some very interesting and informative views on crisis handling. Whilst I don't buy into their generalised view of PR professionals (or the thinly veiled self... Read morePublished on September 20, 2007 by K. Burgess-Fairn
Mr. Dezenhall's book should be required reading in every public relations, business and government administration college programs. Read morePublished on August 28, 2007 by Magali GarciaRamis