Crisis Management for Entrepreneurs

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  1. Common Mistakes When Managing a Crisis If your business has a crisis of any kind, the reason why it's hard getting through it is usually due to a lack of planning. As your business grows, there will be many situations that can put you at risk - from a bad review to technology failures and more. If you’re not ready to deal with ...
  2. Dealing with Natural Disasters as an Entrepreneur As a small business owner, it’s imperative to give some thought to the types of natural disasters you may be subjected to depending on where you live, and how that may affect your business and your customers' ability to use your solutions and communicate with you. Some of the things you may ...
  3. Dealing with Poor Feedback The truth is, if you’re doing a lot of business, someday someone will provide negative or poor feedback to you. It’s bound to happen. In fact, if it never happens you may not be reaching as many people as you can with your solutions. Even though it hurts to get poor feedback, it can actually ...
  4. Do You Need a Disaster Recovery Plan? The short answer is yes, you do need a disaster recovery plan. No matter how small your business is, if you have a plan in place, you’ll come out of any type of disaster a lot better than if you don’t make plans. Let’s consider the kinds of things you need to plan for, which will vary ...
  5. How to Prepare for a Crisis (Even If It Never Happens) ...
  6. Eight Tips on Dealing with PR Disasters One of the problems that most small business owners fear is a public relations nightmare. Sadly, this can happen to almost any business owner who is in the public eye in some way. You never know when a comment will go viral - and worse, when it will be misunderstood in some way. If you ever find ...
  7. Tips on How to Handle a Data Breach Dealing with a data breach can be daunting. After all, not only are you affected, but so are people who trusted you. The best way to deal with a data breach is to be open and honest right from the start, while also explaining how you’ll prevent it from happening in the future. Stay Calm ...
  8. Tips on How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Intellectual property includes inventions and original work or products that are owned by your company. Intellectual property (IP) can sometimes seem intangible to some small businesses, but it does include written works, logos, products, design, systems and more. However, to ensure you are ...
  9. What to Do When Clients Won't Pay Sometimes, even if you think you’ve done your due diligence, you’ll run into a client who had you do work that they have no intention of paying. But most of the time, the problem is something else. Often, it can be traced to poor cash flow and poor planning. Thankfully, if you react ...
  10. What to Do When You Lose a Key Member of Staff (Including Yourself) If you have employees or contractors that work with you in your business, there will come a time that either someone leaves willingly, or someone leaves unwillingly. People find other opportunities and sadly people get sick, or you must let them go. That’s how life is. Your business is no ...
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