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by Judith C. Hoffman


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Hoffman's book, "Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat", gives a comprehensive perspective on turning a negative situation into something positive

Hoffman's book, "Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat", gives a comprehensive perspective on turning a negative situation into something positive. As an educator, I found this book to have great application not only in the public relations world, but for anyone who needs to proactively communicate with other persons about delicate situations. As a small business owner, my husband was able to recall numerous situations with customers when he could have functioned more effectively had he been aware of the principles and approach to the management of crises

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Keeping Cool on The Hot Seat: Dealing Effectively With the Media in Times of Crisis is clearly authored by a seasoned professional who has much to offer to any student or practitioner of crisis communications. The standard chapters expected in any book on the subject are present, of course; it’s the content of each chapter, however, that makes the book a standout

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Several colleges and universities have used it as a text for their courses in public relations and/or crisis management. It is full of practical tips - not just theories.

Hoffman's book, "Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat", gives a comprehensive perspective on turning a negative situation into something positive. If you are charged with the responsibility of public relations crisis management for a business, organization, or governmental department, you need to give a careful reading to Judith Hoffman's Keeping Cool On The Hot Seat.

Crisis Manager on the Spot : Media Training. Keeping the Media Wolves At Bay - Audiotape & CD-ROM. This outstanding book, excerpted in a past issue of "Crisis Manager," tells you how to best deal with the media in those critical first few hours after a crisis breaks. Plain English Disclosure. Get this recorded version of a live one-hour teleseminar conducted by "Publicity Hound" Joan Stewart, interviewing Jonathan Bernstein. The best way to deal with a "media wolf". The top 5 mistakes people make in bad news situations. We've also added other new material to the bookstore since our last issue.

EDITION PUBLISHED IN 2008 (later superceded by 2011 revision): This book has proven to be a useful resource for business executives, managers and owners; government officials; college/university administrators and professors;not-for-profit agency professionals; law enforcement and emergency management personnel; utility, healthcare, and transportation managers, and many others. Veteran reporters agree that if those who find themselves suddenly in the glare of the media spotlight were to follow the advice in this book, it would be better for their organization, the media, and the general public. The information is well-organized and easy to follow. It includes numerous case studies which highlight highly publicized instances of good and bad examples of the way organizations handled their news event. Several colleges and universities have used it as a text for their courses in public relations and/or crisis management. It is full of practical tips -- not just theories. Material added in this edition includes comments on: Hurricane Katrina, the Sago Mine disaster, the Duke lacrosse team alleged rape case, the recall of toys manufactured in China, and the Virginia Tech tragedy.

Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat: Dealing Effectively with the Media in Times of Crisis epub download

ISBN13: 978-0970901422

ISBN: 0970901429

Author: Judith C. Hoffman

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Language: English

Publisher: Four C's Publishing Company; 4th edition (April 1, 2008)

Pages: 244 pages

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Cktiell
Judith Hoffman has done a wonderful job outlining what every potential spokesperson needs to know when dealing with the media. Her counsel on how to prepare for a crisis is extremely valuable, as are her strategies for working with reporters when the news is bad. Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat is a great and helpful read.
Cktiell
Judith Hoffman has done a wonderful job outlining what every potential spokesperson needs to know when dealing with the media. Her counsel on how to prepare for a crisis is extremely valuable, as are her strategies for working with reporters when the news is bad. Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat is a great and helpful read.
Warianys
Interesting read. Well thought and insightful experiences.
Warianys
Interesting read. Well thought and insightful experiences.
Thoginn
Excellent read.
Thoginn
Excellent read.
Stylish Monkey
efficiency!
Stylish Monkey
efficiency!
Antuiserum
"Judy's book is a practical, step-by-step guide for handling crisis situations. Unlike a mere academic exercise, this book is based on real-life situations. I only wish it had existed back when I started managing crises in the early '70s; it would have saved me a lot of time and trial and error. I heartily recommend it to all crisis managers."

Tony Lentini
President
Lentini Creative Communications
[...].
Antuiserum
"Judy's book is a practical, step-by-step guide for handling crisis situations. Unlike a mere academic exercise, this book is based on real-life situations. I only wish it had existed back when I started managing crises in the early '70s; it would have saved me a lot of time and trial and error. I heartily recommend it to all crisis managers."

Tony Lentini
President
Lentini Creative Communications
[...].
Forey
I've been in emergency services for over thirty years, and got my first dose of crisis communications training from Steven Fink's "Crisis Management". Judy Hoffman's book, however, concentrates almost exclusively on crisis communications, a topic which often gets short shrift in other crisis books. This superbly-written volume is a gem. Her "Ten C's of Effective Communications" alone are worth the price of the book. Even if you're not a CEO, Mayor, Governor, or even President, you can benefit from this book. If nothing else, when little Bobby smacks a line drive through the neighbor's plate glass window, this book could save your butt. If you ARE a senior executive, you need this book more than any other, bar none.
Forey
I've been in emergency services for over thirty years, and got my first dose of crisis communications training from Steven Fink's "Crisis Management". Judy Hoffman's book, however, concentrates almost exclusively on crisis communications, a topic which often gets short shrift in other crisis books. This superbly-written volume is a gem. Her "Ten C's of Effective Communications" alone are worth the price of the book. Even if you're not a CEO, Mayor, Governor, or even President, you can benefit from this book. If nothing else, when little Bobby smacks a line drive through the neighbor's plate glass window, this book could save your butt. If you ARE a senior executive, you need this book more than any other, bar none.
Kulalbine
Ms. Hoffman's book, "Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat", gives a comprehensive perspective on turning a negative situation into something positive. As an educator, I found this book to have great application not only in the public relations world, but for anyone who needs to proactively communicate with other persons about delicate situations. As a small business owner, my husband was able to recall numerous situations with customers when he could have functioned more effectively had he been aware of the principles and approach to the management of crises.
Ms. Hoffman writes with wit and a definite expertise on her subject. Colleges and universities should consider this text for training future business leaders, and it should be required reading for any persons who deal with the public on a regular basis.
Kulalbine
Ms. Hoffman's book, "Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat", gives a comprehensive perspective on turning a negative situation into something positive. As an educator, I found this book to have great application not only in the public relations world, but for anyone who needs to proactively communicate with other persons about delicate situations. As a small business owner, my husband was able to recall numerous situations with customers when he could have functioned more effectively had he been aware of the principles and approach to the management of crises.
Ms. Hoffman writes with wit and a definite expertise on her subject. Colleges and universities should consider this text for training future business leaders, and it should be required reading for any persons who deal with the public on a regular basis.
Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat is a must-read for anyone in the field of communications, or anyone in business who may need to deal with the media. And this latest edition offers a new critical chapter, "Social Media - Learn to Embrace It." As a public relations and crisis communications professional, I have kept the previous edition and now the latest edition of this book on my desk.

This book is an easy read with specific tips and even worksheets that can be used right away to help prepare readers to deal with the media in times of crisis. My company, Strategic Communications, was honored to be able to establish a relationship with the author Judy Hoffman and contribute to this 2011 edition of the book.
Keeping Cool on the Hot Seat is a must-read for anyone in the field of communications, or anyone in business who may need to deal with the media. And this latest edition offers a new critical chapter, "Social Media - Learn to Embrace It." As a public relations and crisis communications professional, I have kept the previous edition and now the latest edition of this book on my desk.

This book is an easy read with specific tips and even worksheets that can be used right away to help prepare readers to deal with the media in times of crisis. My company, Strategic Communications, was honored to be able to establish a relationship with the author Judy Hoffman and contribute to this 2011 edition of the book.