How do you handle a crisis?
Confidentiality and discretion are the cornerstones of effective crisis management, so we won’t name the people or organizations with whom we’ve worked in this area. However, DeMoss has quietly provided crisis management and communications for more than two decades, offering executive-level counsel based on direct involvement at the center of dozens of storms of every conceivable kind.
We believe what most consider to be “PR problems” are really management problems that have become public. We have helped organizations large and small navigate controversies and issues such as the loss of college accreditation, embezzlement of funds by an employee, Congressional inquiries into financial practices, litigation and threatened litigation, attempts to unionize ministry employees, deaths of founders and presidents, public protests by opposition groups, employee layoffs, national race relations, church doctrine debates, attempts to remove a pastor from his church, human sexuality, financial guidelines and business practices, and negative publicity for numerous reasons.