It’s generally kids or worries about work once you’re past 30…
So what are the top five things
that keep executives awake at night?
Coming in at number one is controversial company development, or should that be offshoring, right-sizing or introducing zero-hour contracts.
Number two is all about security, or the devastation an online or digital security failure will cause your business.
Logistical difficulties are number three and about getting from A to B, or getting your products, services, supplies or people from A to B.
And number four is the big bad regulator, whether it’s the Financial Conduct Authority, Food Standards Agency or the Care Quality Commission, big brother is contributing to a lot of sleepless nights.
Number five is negative media campaigns, whether it’s a disgruntled employee, or lots of them, a union demonstration, or your chief exec being caught in a compromising position by undercover reporters there’s a lot that can go wrong in this category.
If you want to get your worries under control and give your team the confidence you’ll do and say the right thing whatever comes your way contact GLR Public Relations and let a crisis management plan pave the way for a good night’s sleep.
65 per cent feel social media makes a crisis more difficult to manage but after a crisis 55 per cent believe it makes it easier to recover.
To help you get the right social media foundations in place we’re giving away a free social media guide to include in your employment terms and conditions.
It lets your brand ambassadors, or employees, know what is and isn’t OK in the virtual world and how you want them to talk about your company and its products and services.
To claim your free sticking plaster email us.
WARNING – a sticking plaster is just that, it won’t protect your reputation on its own.