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Event: Sticky Crises and Industry Trends


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In a webinar hosted by the University of Georgia’s Department of Advertising and Public Relations, thought leaders Dr. Tim Coombs, Richard Levick, and Carl Turner will provide insights into what “sticky” crises mean today. Sticky crises are those that just go on and on or keep raising their heads. Think Whac-a-Mole. Recent organizational crises brought on by the pandemic, a difficult economy, and political and social unrest, will serve as fodder for what promises to be an important conversation on trends in crisis communication.

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