Good crisis management
isn’t at all what
you think it is.
Ravenyard redefines crisis management
CRISIS AFFECTS EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR BUSINESS
Because crisis affects every aspect of your business - financial, reputational, legal, brand, operational, organizational, and personal - we examine the whole picture. Rather than jump straight to communications, our lens is business strategy. This integrated approach leads to a more holistic crisis response.
There's more to managing a crisis than just getting through it.
Three Ravenyard differentiators
WALK-IN-READY TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
OPERATIONAL APPROACH TO CRISIS
SUPPORT FOR LEADERS AND TEAMS
- WALK-IN-READY TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
- OPERATIONAL APPROACH TO CRISIS
- SUPPORT FOR LEADERS AND TEAMS
AT RAVENYARD, WE BELIEVE THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS WORK/LIFE BALANCE.
THERE IS ONLY LIFE.
Our mission is to support leaders in crisis
Crisis is all we do. Because we have lived through personal and professional crises, we understand how hard this is. It is our honor and privilege to stand with clients during difficult times and help them weather the storm.
Check out some of our quotes from recent publications
"CEOs are often called on to provide leadership in a crisis. But what does an organization do when, for whatever reason, there’s no one in the corner office to respond to a disaster, scandal, or other business emergencies?"When There Is No CEO: How Boards Of Directors Should Prepare For And Respond To A CrisisSeptember 9, 2022
"My LinkedIn feed has been filled with layoff posts lately. They’re often a series of uncomfortable responses from well-intentioned friends. I’ve seen people say everything from 'Good luck!' "Exactly What to Say When Someone’s Been Laid OffSeptember 9, 2022
“Life is a mystery. Death is a mystery. Our job is to explore the full range of the experience.”A Hospice Chaplain Shares the Secret to ContentmentJune 14, 2022
“If asking when crisis is going to be over is the wrong question, what is the right one? A better framework with which to look at crisis would be to look at how we move through it.”Asking When Covid Will Be Over Is the Wrong Question. Here’s a Better Framework to Lead Through.December 26, 2021
“Imagination is about curiosity, openness, and adaptability. It encourages us to perceive the darkest moments of struggle as neither fixed, nor inflexible, but subject to change. Imagination is about expansive potential.”Why Imagination – Not Reslience – Might Help You Heal From HeartbreakDecember 3, 2020
“When a business crisis hits, one of the first calls is usually to a lawyer. When that call comes, a lawyer needs to understand the emotional dynamic of a crisis and the particular energy it produces in order to fulfill their role as an adviser.”A Key to Helping Clients Make Better Decisions During CrisisNovember 24, 2020
“Much attention has already been paid to helping businesses make choices, manage risk and stay afloat during this challenging time.”How Lawyers Can Find Equanimity in CrisisApril 24, 2020
“One of the hallmarks of crisis is that life as we know it seems to change in an instant . . . . The one thing we do know for certain is that the status quo is untenable – we can’t go back to where we were nor can we stay where we are.”Nothing Stays the Same in a Crisis. Don’t Try to Make It.October 24, 2020
“Crises are not solved with reason and data alone.”How to Lead in a CrisisOctober 5 – 9, 2020
“We don’t choose the crisis, but we can choose how it transforms us.”Transformative Leaders Know How to Do This One Thing in the Midst of CrisisOctober 2, 2020