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WE NEED TO EDUCATE OURSELVES ABOUT CRISIS MANAGEMENT
You have come to exactly the right place. This entire e911.com Web site was designed for those who need authoritative written and recorded information; whether it’s about how to design a crisis management plan, keep plans current, respond to crisis situations, manage a specific circumstance, maintain and confirm readiness, or avoid litigation. It’s also about strategy, helping management, and coaching those who will serve as spokespersons and responders.

You will find several parts of this Web site particularly helpful. To help you more quickly find and focus on specific topics or issues of interest, the information in many parts of this Web site is categorized by subject matter and divided into 12 Practice Areas. Much of the content is immediately available for download with certain restrictions related to ownership and copyright, which is retained by James E. Lukaszewski.
TLG PRACTICE AREAS
Think of these as Directories of the enormous content available to you within this e911.com Web site. Inside each of the 12 Practice Areas is a Table of Contents to specific Articles, Crisis Guru Commentaries, Executive Action Newsletters, Expert Commentaries & Concept Blocks, Speeches, and other content related to the Practice Area you selected but which is located throughout the entire e911.com Web site.

To speed your search:
  • Open the Checked Box "TLG Practice Areas (Explanation & Directory)" located on the lower left quadrant of the Home Page under OUR CRISIS MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE.
  • Click on the Practice Area that most interests you or that most closely mirrors the subject matter you are looking for.
  • Explore (and print) the Directory inside the Practice Area you selected. It is your Table of Contents to specific Articles, Crisis Guru Commentaries, Executive Action Newsletters, Expert Commentaries & Concept Blocks, Speeches, and other content related to the Practice Area you selected but which is located throughout the entire e911.com Web site.
  • Once you find an item of interest in the Directory, return to the Home Page. From the Home Page, find and Click on the specific content you wish to review. Most of this Web site’s content is located on the Navigation Bar and along the right-hand side of the Home Page.
Purposely, there is some content overlap between Practice Areas. This is because an article, newsletter, commentary, or other resource may address more than one topic or issue.

If you would like to know more about The Lukaszewski Group’s Approach to its work or review Brief Descriptions of Recent Projects, please click on the most appropriate Practice Area(s) below:
TLG PRODUCTS: THE LUKASZEWSKI GROUP’S CRISIS STORE
To purchase Jim Lukaszewski’s books, monographs, and strategy newsletters, visit our Crisis Store.

Be sure to look at the final addition to Jim’s four-volume crisis communications management series, Crisis Communication Plan Components and Models. In 10 chapters and 323 pages jam-packed, it provides answers to your toughest questions and contains 7 model scenarios, 52 hypothetical situations, 4 crisis response flow charts, 8 crisis plan structure outlines, a model crisis simulation plan, and crucial discussions of the most challenging aspects of crisis response and readiness planning.

For Tables of Contents of Mr. Lukaszewski’s books, click here.
TLG PRODUCTS: OTHER VENDORS
Amazon.com & Rothstein.com

If you prefer to purchase on-line, we recommend that you place your order through our Crisis Store or at www.rothstein.com. Both ship promptly within the U.S., but Rothstein.com may respond more quickly to requests for international delivery.
AUDIO RECORDINGS OF JIM LUKASZEWSKI’S STIMULATING MONTHLY WEB SEMINARS
You can now purchase Jim Lukaszewski’s audio professional development programs on a variety of communication, leadership, and management topics. These monthly programs are sponsored by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Each seminar package includes an audio CD and program handout materials. Go to: www.krm.com/iabc and click on audio recordings in the box on the left center of the page.

If you have questions or require additional information, please call The Lukaszewski Group at 914.681.0000 or e-mail tlg@e911.com.