This week’s episode of The Crisis Show had a hot line-up of topics! In case you were unable to make the live airing, we’ve got the replay for you right here.
This week’s hot crisis topics:
- Tony Robbins and his insincere, or rather, his non-response to a firewalk incident
- The aftermath of the tragic theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado
- NCAA sanctions and Penn State
- Boy Scouts of America and prejudice policies
- 2012 Olympics: The IOC’s restrictive social media policy, a shortage of soldiers and a non-public tribute to the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Olympics in Munich
- Recalls: Ford Escape and Peg Prego Strollers
Check out the full episode below!
Links/videos referred to during Episode #6:
NCAA and Penn State:
NCAA announces their sanctions for Penn State
Boy Scouts of America:
Beautifully written letter by a former Scout
2012 Olympics social media policy
Melissa Agnes has written two informative pieces on the topic. If you’d like to learn more – and what you can learn from the IOC’s mistake for your own company’s social media policy, check out the posts below.
Stay tuned next week!
Join us next Wednesday, August 1, 2012, for another airing of The Crisis Show, live via YouTube!