0812 | How To Lead In A Crisis with Melissa Agnes

0812 | How To Lead In A Crisis with Melissa Agnes

Melissa Agnes is a sought-after, international crisis management keynote speaker. She delivers powerful talks that help today’s organizations understand the realities that loom when crisis strikes. Her customized presentations provide tools and strategies that create a proactive, crisis-ready corporate culture.

Fluent in English and French, Melissa speaks worldwide to audiences including NATO, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Ministries of Foreign Defense, and Ministries of Health. Her client list includes financial organizations, technology companies, healthcare organizations, government agencies, cities and municipalities, energy companies, global non-profits, and many more.

As President and Co-Founder of Agnes + Day Inc., Melissa has helped dozens of global brands and government agencies prevent and manage a wide range of issues before they become catastrophic.

Melissa is a go-to source for the press, including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, VIBE Magazine, USA Today, and more.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • The Importance of Identifying the Organization’s Risk
  • How to Identify Crisis Before It Hits
  • Understand How to Turn the Crisis to Benefit You

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