In a crisis, leaders need to communicate efficiently. Singularity of message, clarity and precision, triumph – while, vagueness, obfuscation and confusion...
Author - Kate Alexander
Kate Alexander, Corporate and Financial Communications.
A former broadcast journalist with more than 28 years’ public relations experience in New Zealand, the US and South Africa, Kate brings strong finance and corporate public relations skills to the marketplace, propelled by her trademark media savvy. She has been recognised globally for her work in the area of crisis communications and issue management and founded her own PR business in New Zealand in 2005.
Kate has handled the communications for many prominent projects, from IPOs to receiverships, such as the South Canterbury Finance receivership, and has managed the New Zealand-facing crises of a number of multinational companies. On the corporate and consumer side, she has led complex and award-winning campaigns on behalf of financial and fiduciary services, retail, manufacturing and not- for-profit organisations, among others.