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Crisis Averted is a peek-behind-the-curtain into the unpredictable world of crisis management and the tough decisions that leaders make at a moment’s notice that can make or break an organization’s future. This say-it-like-it-is book is based on decades of real-life crisis management experience and offers readers sound advice for use when life doesn’t go as planned. Evan gives readers a glimpse inside the thought process that goes on when a company or individual’s reputation is on the line. His motto of Press the Truth is a resounding theme throughout this thought-provoking guide about what to do when things go wrong.
Communications Strategist and Crisis Manager
Evan Nierman is a crisis management expert who serves as the Founder and CEO of Red Banyan, a globally-renowned public relations firm recognized for its ability to deliver the right messages at the right time to those who matter most.
With more than 20 years experience, Evan’s crisis management agency is rooted in the company philosophy “Press the Truth.” Evan has guided international, celebrity and corporate clients through complex high stakes situations and has become a valued resource whose expertise is regularly tapped by the media.
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When Parkland father Evan Nierman struck up a conversation with a woman during an out-of-town event, he was stunned to discover they shared a horrible
Red Banyan CEO and founder Evan Nierman became an unexpected witness to history when a client took the spotlight as the House Select Committee began
Red Banyan CEO Evan Nierman talked entrepreneurship with podcaster Eric Rozenberg in a recent edition of “The Business of Meetings.” Rozenberg is CEO of SecuTix