Meet the expert – Crisis Communications with Price Floyd
We are kicking off our ‘meet the expert’ series with an interview with Price Floyd, the founder of the Engaging America Project and an expert in risk and crisis communications. Price has over 25 years of experience in government and the private sector and here he shares over a dozen key lessons he has learned including:
- The difference between communications in government and the private sector
- How digital media has improved crisis communications
- Why it’s too late to call the communications team when things start going wrong
- The number one skill for communicators
- Why it’s important to tend the garden (and what this means)
Watch the video to hear these and many more key lessons that you can put into action today.
Price Floyd is the founder of the Engaging America Project and has over 25 years of communications experience at senior levels of government, private sector and think tanks. Currently, Price leads 300 Media Group, a public relations firm. He previously was a senior public relations expert with Blue Engine Message and Media; Vice President of Communications, for BAE Systems; head of Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of Defense and Director of External Relations for the Center for a New American Security, a Washington think tank. Price Floyd started his communications career at the U.S. Department of State where he served from 1989-2007.
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