The Crisis Show Ep. 6 – Colorado, Tony Robbins, Olympics & Penn State

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    This past week on The Crisis Show, hosts Jonathan Bernstein, Rich Klein, and Melissa Agnes had no shortage of topics to cover. The Aurora theater shootings were a grim reminder to us all of the possible dangers in everyday life, and our hosts discussed the implications of this act, as well as some ways to detect the potential for violent crime early on. Also on the agenda was Tony Robbins’ insensitive response after several conference attendees burned their feet walking across hot coals (yes, that really is part of the conference!), Penn State & the NCAA, poor social media policy from the IOC, prejudice in the Boy Scouts of America, and more.

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    [Jonathan Bernstein is president of Bernstein Crisis Management, Inc., an international crisis management consultancy, author of Manager’s Guide to Crisis Management and Keeping the Wolves at Bay – Media Training, and co-host of The Crisis Show. Erik Bernstein is Social Media Manager for the firm, and also editor of its newsletter, Crisis Manager]