• I’ve relied on Richard McKeown for executive training and other communications needs for more than 10 years. Richard has a unique ability to work with people at all levels of an organization to help them reach their business and professional goals. – James E. Lee, Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Association for Advanced Life Underwriting, Washington, DC

  • Richard provides invaluable perspectives that help his clients become more effective communicators of important messages on behalf of their organizations or themselves, whether it is a media interview or a public speaking opportunity.  His thorough training focuses on preparation, message development and delivery, and how to position yourself as the subject matter expert, regardless of the topic. – Chuck Jones, APR, Chuck Jones Communications, Alpharetta, Georgia

  • “Simply put: Richard gets it.  Very relevant up to the minute conference presentation on “Crisis Communications in a Wired World.” He offered facts and figures about social media activities in real time…even during the presentation.”
    Brian Clark, American Advertising Federation, Tenth District, Summer Conference Chairman

Crisis Communications

Now more than ever, anticipating, planning for and communicating effectively in the midst of a crisis is essential for companies and organizations, and even individuals in the public eye. Understanding the dynamics of a crisis, what key constituencies need to know and conveying information in a timely, concise and clear manner can mean the difference between the survival or demise of an organization, its brand reputation and its future success.

“People more readily forgive honest mistakes than they do arrogance.” – Richard McKeown

Richard McKeown provides counsel to clients in communicating in a crisis through intense media training, and responding to concerns of customers and the public-at-large. Through intense “mock interviewing,” role playing and scenarios, participants develop a greater appreciation for communicating effectively when the stakes are highest, but understanding the public’s “right to know.”


For more information about Richard McKeown’s services:

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Email: Richard@RichardMcKeown.com
Phone: (501) 425-8357