Chula Vista, CA (Vocus) February 12, 2010
Xlibris, the world’s leading print-on-demand self-publishing services provider, announced today the release of The Crisis Strikes, an engaging book about crisis prevention authored by Richard H. Frost.
The Crisis Strikes is written to convey realistic methods of crisis prevention and mitigation that the author successfully utilized in over seventy serious situations for a wide variety of organizations such as service and manufacturing companies, state governments, schools, restaurants, a hotel, a country club and a retailer. The narrative of this book is filled with experiences from actual events. Readers will learn that crises could take infinite forms that make it challenging to use past crisis experiences to advise people about dealing with future crises. It emphasizes that the best way to provide a true sense of security and comfort is to prepare sensibly for possible crisis situations. More importantly, The Crisis Strikes contains general crisis guidelines and detailed information on eight crucial topics such as reducing crisis environments in high schools, crises prevention and mitigation for possible missile attacks, and much more.
This release will be featured at the 2010 Beijing International Book Fair, which will take place from September 2 to 6, 2010 in China. It is available in paperback format for $18.69 and in hardback format for $28.79. Readers who wish to order this book are encouraged to visit Xlibris.com, call (888) 795-4274 or send an email to orders(at)xlibris(dot)com today.
About the Author
Richard H. Frost is a business consultant specializing in crisis avoidance and mitigation. He has consulted in over seventy crisis situations and authored a series of case studies, based on his crisis consulting experiences, that has been used as a basis for numerous seminars at universities and other educational programs. During the oil crisis when many companies in the United States were faced with serious losses, the President’s Association of the American Management Organization notified its members that Mr. Frost was the best person to help them through these challenging times. The author was CEO and chairman of numerous organizations in the fields of electrical equipment, telephone equipment, automation products, greeting cards, safety equipment and hardware accessories. He served as Classroom Evaluator for the Harvard Newton Case Study Program for ninth graders, and was featured in Profiles in Success, by Lily Jay Silver, as the number-one achiever in the United States in the category of Understanding, Evaluating and Creating Programs for Realistic Education Training.
The Crisis Strikes * by Richard H. Frost
Crisis Solutions for: Workplace, Community, High Schools, Careers, Inventions, Saving Money, Possible Missile Attacks on City and Local Populations
Publication Date: October 18, 2001
Trade Paperback; $18.69; 284 pages; 978-0-7388-6674-1
Trade Hardback; $28.79; 284 pages; 978-0-7388-6673-4
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