There has never been a more important time to ensure your internal communications are as good as they could be. During a crisis, attention is often focussed on ensuring our communications with our clients are regular, on brand and consistent. This has been especially important for organisations who have had major changes like switching from in-house dining to take-away. I'm sure you are all over this. But are your internal communications as focussed and professional?
My clothes dryer broke. It died a long, loud screaming death that resembled a vampire movie. It's had a long life. I can't complain. It's survived a couple of house moves, it's been a good member of the Grey family for many years. But it had one last purpose on this earth, before it moves onto dryer heaven, (or where-ever dead dryers go), it wanted to teach me a lesson about business.