Right now, a bad tweet or an unfavorable Facebook post can equal a drop in business for companies.
Even an employee who gets in trouble can lead to major ramifications for a business.
Jonathan Vaughters knows firsthand what can happen to a company that ends up in a crisis situation. Vaughters was one of Lance Armstrong’s cycling team members on the U.S. Postal service team.
He was caught up in the doping scandal.
Vaughters is now the CEO of Slipstream Sports. He’s become an expert of sorts about what to do when suddenly your company ends up in a crisis situation because of one person’s behavior.
Vaughters will be joining several others experts for an Enterprise Risk Management executive education workshop at the University of Denver in May.