- Crisis Management & Prevention: Master of Disaster
- Keeping the Wolves at Bay: Crisis Preparedness
- Crisis Preparedness for College & Universities:10 Steps for a Safer Campus
- An Effective Crisis Communications System
- Helping Clients in Crisis: Crisis Management Fundamentals
- Crisis Planning & Prevention — The New Opportunity for Law Firms
Jonathan L. Bernstein, on crisis management, in all aspects of crisis management – crisis response, vulnerability assessment, planning, training and simulations. A veteran of five years in I.S. Army Military Police and Military Intelligence counter-terrorism operations.
Bernstein created and served as the first director of the crisis communications, for one of the world’s largest public relations agencies. .
Bernstein’s crisis and issues management experience has encompassed a wide range of industries and subjects, to include accounting,
retail and B2B,
personal and organizational reputation,
real estate development,
white collar crime.
He is a pioneer and leader in the field of Internet-centered crisis management.
His past experience includes corporate, agency and non-profit public relations positions, preceded by five years of investigative and feature journalism — to include a stint with investigative reporter/columnist Jack Anderson. He is a veteran of five years in U.S. Army Military Intelligence covert operations.
Bernstein is publisher and editor on Crisis Management, a first-of-its-kind written for “those who are crisis managers whether they want to be or not,” currently read in 75 countries.
He is “one of the most concise, insightful, useful and savvy guides to strategic thinking about reputation issues available.”
Bernstein has been quoted as an expert source by a wide range of media outlets, to include
The Christian Science Monitor,
The Wall Street Journal,
and many local and regional publications.
He was one of 22 individuals nationwide identified as “people who should be on the speed dial in a crisis” in a PR Week feature entitled “The Crunch-Time Counselors.”