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The Pandemic Tunnel – Guidance for Education Officials

What to Say to Students, Employees, Students, Parents, Taxpayers, Colleagues & Other Stakeholders This Winter about COVID-19 and the Vaccine By Dr. Peter Sandman (abridgement by Bruce Hennes) Editor’s Note from Bruce Hennes, CEO, Hennes Communications:  Given mixed, confusing and contradictory messages coming from government officials, public health experts and the media about the pandemic and […]


The Pandemic Tunnel – Guidance for Your Stakeholders

What to Say to Employees, Customers & Colleagues This Winter about COVID-19 and the Vaccine By Dr. Peter Sandman (abridgement by Bruce Hennes) Editor’s Note from Bruce Hennes, CEO, Hennes Communications:  Given mixed, confusing and contradictory messages coming from government officials, public health experts and the media about the pandemic and the vaccines coming on line, […]


Guiding Your Stakeholders Through the Pandemic Tunnel

What to Say to Law Firm Partners and Employees This Winter about COVID-19 and the Vaccine By Dr. Peter Sandman (abridgement by Bruce Hennes) Editor’s Note from Bruce Hennes, CEO, Hennes Communications:  Given mixed, confusing and contradictory messages coming from government officials, public health experts and the media about the pandemic and the vaccines coming […]


Will You Require Employees to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Right now, nursing homes, schools, companies, nonprofits and government agencies are considering whether to encourage employee COVID-19 vaccination – or whether to mandate employee vaccination. Ultimately, that decision should be made in consultation with your attorney, medical professionals and H.R. people. As you consider all of the variables (e.g., who gets vaccinated, privacy issues, collective […]


Come What May, All Bad Fortune Is to be Conquered by Endurance.

By Guest Columnist Annie Searle Annie Searle is an internationally known expert in operational risk management, with extensive experience in the financial, IT and business sectors.  Once a month, she publishes her own newsletter. Given events of the past year, we thought the piece she wrote for her own newsletter did a nice job of […]


Crisis Management Lessons Learned From the 2020 Political Scene That Can Apply To Any Organization

Arthur Solomon, a former journalist, was a senior VP/senior counselor at Burson-Marsteller.  In the past, we’ve found him to be an astute observer of the scene.  Here, he offers advice aimed at public relations firms, but also applicable to any professional service firm, nonprofit, government agency or company.  Of course, Art’s opinions, written for CommPro, […]


The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Editor’s Note from Bruce Hennes, CEO, Hennes Communications: Given mixed, confusing and contradictory messages coming from government officials, public health experts and the media about the pandemic and the vaccine, we felt it necessary to provide our clients with guidance for what to say to their employees and other stakeholders.  To that end, we asked […]


Your Brain’s Built-In Biases Insulate Your Beliefs from Contradictory Facts

Jay Maddock, Professor of Public Health, at Texas A&M University writes: A rumor started circulating back in 2008 that Barack Obama was not born in the United States. At the time, I was serving as chair of the Hawaii Board of Health. The director and deputy director of health, both appointed by a Republican governor, inspected […]


Absorb Chaos, Transform It Into Calm and Give Back Hope

From Amy Boone, writing for Ethos3: At times, we are called to give presentations about new products or policies. Other times, we might be asked to inspire or challenge our audience members. But other times, we are called to speak into times of crisis. Maybe a business is losing revenue and the forecasted future is […]


Lawyers, Demigods, Outrage Management & Crisis Communications

By Thom Fladung, Hennes Communications At Hennes Communications, we often tell clients that they have an attorney for the Court of Law. But they have us for the Court of Public Opinion. And those two courts often require different – and at times conflicting – strategies. Attorneys have persuasive arguments for tailoring a strategy completely around […]


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