Concerns about COVID-19 are not going away.
In this unprecedented time, we’re here to provide any available resources to support your business. It is important to effectively communicate to your stakeholders – whether they be employees, customers or investors – in the most strategic means possible.
This study provides a snapshot of the impact the coronavirus has had on the lives of North Carolina and South Carolina’s consumers to date. It provides insight into how consumers have modified their behaviors in the short term, but also how some of these behaviors might continue in the mid- to longer-term and the implications these changes may have on the economy – and to industries and businesses.
Our own Peter LaMotte hosted a webinar with Charleston Metro Chamber to talk about crisis communications strategies around #coronavirus. You can view the full webinar here.
The geographic and numerical escalation of the Coronavirus poses a clear operational disruption for most companies that will inevitability impact their bottom lines. Here are a few things to remember when facing the question of how to communicate around the coronavirus to stakeholders.
If there is a certainty these days, it is that none of us are escaping the COVID-19 pandemic. Small business owners and leaders of global corporations alike are being faced with unprecedented decisions that will affect every single one of your stakeholders. In order to maintain communications control in such an uncertain time, we share the following insights on how to communicate with your organization.
Bad companies are destroyed by a crisis, Good companies survive them, Great companies are improved by them.
In today’s COVID-19 climate, your communications - whether internal to external - are being viewed through an entirely new consumer lens. Now more than ever, you need to strategically align your company’s values with your corporate communications efforts. These posts are focused on the ongoing concerns we are helping our clients address.
Across the multiple states that Chernoff Newman operates in, state health entities have established online portals to assist with their communities in locating and understanding the information available to those in need, both personally and professionally.
South Carolina / SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)
North Carolina / NC Dept. of Health and Human Services
Florida / Florida Department of Health
In uncertain times, stakeholders are looking for leadership. Now is the time to provide strong, responsive leadership that is delivered with pervasive empathy for all audiences.
During this time, it is inevitable many of you will have numerous questions around how to navigate this changing business environment. These resources are based upon common questions we have received from clients and partners of Chernoff Newman.
It is important to never forget the potential legal ramifications of the decisions you are making in this uncertain environment. Below are some resources from trusted legal outlets on how to manage current and upcoming decisions within your organization.
Across the multiple states that Chernoff Newman operates, business organizations and individual companies have established online portals to assist with their communities in locating and understanding the options available to those in need, both personally and professionally.
Florida Chamber of Commerce / Follow Facts not Fear
North Carolina Chamber of Commerce / Coronavirus Resource Guide
South Carolina State Chamber / Covid-19 Resources
As we emerge from this global crisis, our businesses will need to be more nimble and responsive to the needs of our customers, employees, and partners than ever in our history. Start that transformation by planning for the brighter days ahead now.
Like many of you, we at Chernoff Newman have had to adapt to a remote workforce. Here are few articles to help you successfully transition your team to remote workers and embrace communications technologies to work as effectively as possible.
8 strategies to set up remote work during the coronavirus outbreak
How to Support New Remote Workers
How to Get People to Actually Participate in Virtual Meetings
Your guide to working remotely in Slack
New to Working from Home? Here Are Some Tips to Help You Meet Like a Pro
How To Embrace Remote Work
Our team of senior counselors have handled crisis situations across the globe in every industry and of every shape and size. We work closely with our clients to ensure that a crisis is solved holistically with the strategic business goals of the company always in mind.
Chernoff Newman seamlessly fits into your internal team during their time of need. We do what is needed to get results, efficiently and effectively. Our experience is deeper and broader than anyone in the region, and we use that experience to solve problems and help our clients identify issues that are beyond the horizon.
Chernoff Newman understands that your business is no longer “business as usual.” We’re here to support each other and provide expertise to our region, community and neighbors in the most effective way possible for your situation. Contact us to see how we can help you weather the storm.