Clients come to Hennes Communications to assist with some of the most strategically important communications their organizations may ever undertake. Customer loyalty is at risk. Shareholder value is on the line. Jobs may be lost. Careers are at stake. Operations may be shuttered or expanded. Employees and suppliers may lose faith and walk away.
One of the most valuable assets an organization has when it faces a crisis is the caliber of its reputation. A good reputation can certainly enhance your ability to effectively manage a crisis. A poor one almost always guarantees your crisis management challenge will be more daunting.
Good reputations are built with hard work over many years, often over many decades. Successful organizations know that the best way to protect a good reputation is to first do the right thing, and then to tell that story.
But how do you cut through the clutter so your story will be heard? That’s where Hennes Communications comes in.
We understand that reputation management takes time and persistence. We will help you develop and implement a communications strategy based on solid messages that support your business plan and resonate with your key stakeholders.
Whether it’s a thought leadership program for your CEO, outreach to third-party experts or an employee engagement program to create brand ambassadors, we will make sure your strategy is solid – just like your reputation.
Derogatory comments on the Internet – especially those that are untrue and inflammatory – can quickly damage your reputation and that of your organization. Hennes Communications can work with you to minimize the damage using legitimate web and social media-oriented methodologies that are straight-forward, transparent and do not run afoul of Google and other search engines.
“I would, without reservation, recommend Hennes Communications to any organization facing communications difficulties. Through practical instruction and personal coaching, Hennes Communications not only helps businesses successfully manage an immediate crisis, but also teaches valuable skills and strategies that can be used time and again in the future.”