MITIGATING OPERATIONAL HARM
WHAT WE DO
Companies are more likely than ever to face a crisis. A 2018 Deloitte study revealed that 80 percent of organizations worldwide had to mobilize their crisis management teams at least once in the past two years. Not only are crises more frequent, they are becoming more intense in today's connected and dynamic landscape. While you might not be able to avoid a crisis, you can mitigate the impact to your business. Big Sky Crisis Communications delivers strategic advice and support to protect organizations from the reputation and operational harm caused by crisis scenarios, including cyber, litigation, regulatory investigations, workplace conduct, activism, executive transition and many other unexpected events.
Crisis Protocol Audit
Crisis Communications Plan
Crisis Response / Management
Crisis Recovery / Reputation Rebuild
ABOUT BIG SKY
Big Sky Crisis Communications was founded to help companies make the best of bad situations. We provide strategic advice and customized materials that organizations use to prepare for, respond to and recover from crisis scenarios. While many larger agencies also provide crisis support, their fee structures often prohibit businesses with limited budgets from engaging with them. Big Sky delivers high quality services at a price point that puts crisis communications counsel in reach for all companies when they need it most.
Brian Baker, Founder and Principal
Brian has more than 20 years of experience managing complex communications issues for a wide variety of companies. He has served in both agency and in-house leadership roles, making him uniquely positioned to understand the challenges facing executives in crisis situations. He was most recently a Director at Brunswick Group, an advisory firm specializing in business critical issues. Prior to Brunswick, he was a Senior Vice President at MSL Group, where he led crisis and corporate assignments for emerging and established companies. Before MSL, he was a Business Leader at Visa and managed communications to Visa's financial institution partners.
Brian was born and raised in Montana, and he frequently returns to Big Sky Country to fly fish, ski, visit family and spend time with friends. He's been a Bay Area resident since 1997. Brian lives in Marin County, where he is the proud father of two daughters and squeezes in mountain bike rides between calls and helping with homework.