Crisis communications, especially for slowly unfolding crises, includes writing op-eds to influence various audiences. A company leader or outside expert (“third-party endorser”) may write an opinion piece to try to sway people to your point of view. So-called op-eds (opposite the editorial page) can be an effective tool. But writing them presents certain challenges. Here we supply some tips on doing that.
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