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When Things Go Wrong

Richard Levick’s phone rings at all hours, from all over the world, for one reason – a crisis has occurred. With 40 years of experience, Richard credits his instincts in guiding him to navigate companies through “fixing the impossible”. From the recent Champlain tower collapse in Miami, to 9/11, the BP Oil Spill, the Banking crisis, Larry Nassar Women’s Gymnastics tragedy, to the Nike / NFL / Colin Kapernick controversy and many more… he breaks down how he navigated the issue or his thoughts if he was not directly involved. He also gives advice to those interested in a career in a crisis firm and tips on what to expect from people experiencing a crisis and how to manage disasters when they occur. Listen here

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