Lindsay Bell

LIVESTRONG Lessons: Recovering from a Crisis

By: Lindsay Bell | March 18, 2013 | 
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Bell, Lindsay BetterToday’s guest post is by Lindsay Bell.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these last few months, you’re well aware (and probably sick to death of) the whole Lance Armstrong debacle and resulting LIVESTRONG PR crisis.

Personally, I’ve never liked the man (ducks as Gini throws a heavy shoe at me).

He just always rubbed me the wrong way.

There’s something…unctuous about him.

Something a little too perfect.

Turns out my instincts were right.

Armstrong No – LIVESTRONG Yes

While I have no sympathy for Lance Armstrong, I do have tremendous sympathy for the brand. The LIVESTRONG foundation does immensely good work for cancer survivors, and has done so for  the last 15 years or more.

The problem is the brand itself, LIVESTRONG, was perma-linked to Mr. Armstrong, its founder, and his own cancer survivor story and multiple cycling successes.

So, how does an organization with such a recognizable brand and spokesperson recover from a crisis as, well, heartbreaking as Lance Armstrong’s duplicitousness?

The Wall Street Journal recently wrote a great interview style article with the LIVESTRONG chief executive Doug Ulman, himself a cancer survivor.

In the piece, Mr. Ulman was quite forthcoming about how they’ve been dealing with the fallout, and their plans for recovery. As I read it, I realized this information could help any brand dealing with a public image brouhaha such as this one.

Recover from a Crisis

Over-communicate: Ulman states where normally they held monthly all-staff meetings…during the last four months they’ve had close to 30. Some have been five minutes, some two hours, but the key here is he’s making sure his teams are informed and empowered. Ensuring everyone is on the same page and has the latest company news will help you move forward with your crisis recovery plans.

Don’t go dark: LIVESTRONG was advised to go dark after the news broke, and to be fair, many organizations would do just that. Sit back, regroup. That’s the worst thing you can do. In this day and age of instant news and sharing, the outside world will own your story faster than you can click a mouse. You want to control and get on top of whatever happened – that said, NO SPIN – make sure you already have an emergency response plan in place for sudden worst case case scenarios.

Lean on industry peers or close business associates: While this might be slightly easier for charities such as LIVESTRONG that are doing good work, it’s important across any industry. You don’t need to shoulder this on your own. Don’t be afraid to reach out to trusted peers for advice, guidance, or simply some support. As Ulman says, “When you’re going through a challenging period, a trying period, it’s incredibly helpful to hear affirmation from….people you respect.”

Don’t be afraid to make big decisions: Rather than maintaining the status quo while you recover, or worse sticking your head in the sand, think instead about making big changes. If the disaster was due to a high profile figurehead as that at LIVESTRONG , you will need to re-jig your marketing campaigns, and fundraising efforts (for example). If you’re a consumer brand, you need to also consider your TV or radio spots. If you have to pull ads, you should have something ready as soon as possible to replace them with. See above regarding don’t go dark.

No one ever wants to consider the next brand/company public perception explosion might be yours. Yet, as we all know, life can throw some crazy curveballs. If it does happen to you, think about all those yellow bracelets, and remember you’re not alone.

Take a lesson from LIVESTRONG: With a chief executive like Doug Ulman at the helm, I’m sure they are going to move on and keep doing the incredible work that they should be recognized for.

Note from Gini: It pains me I called in a favor to help me out while I’m out sick and THIS is what Lindsay has for me. Thankfully it was more about LIVESTRONG and less about her disdain for the man who got me into cycling. 

Oh! And! Don’t forget we have Chris Brogan here tomorrow at noon ET for a Livefyre Q&A.

Lindsay Bell is the content director at Arment Dietrich, and works in Toronto. A former TV producer, she’s a strong advocate of three minutes or less of video content. She has a cool kid, a patient husband, two annoying cats, and just welcomed Hank, a Vizsla/Foxhound cross, into her home. 

About Lindsay Bell


Lindsay Bell is the content director at V3 Marketing, and works in Toronto. A former TV producer, she’s a strong advocate of three minutes or less of video content. She has a cool kid, a patient husband, two annoying cats, and Hank Dawge, a Vizsla/Foxhound/moose hybrid. Ok, maybe not moose.

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jasonkonopinski
3 years 2 months ago

To Lance’s credit, he distanced himself from the Foundation quickly when the allegations first surfaced.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@jasonkonopinski Oh brother. Did he really have any other option??

allenmireles
3 years 2 months ago

Appreciated the way you broke down how Livestrong has moved forward during this crisis. Offers valuable lessons for other organizations, @belllindsay . Great analysis.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@allenmireles Thanks Allen! I was afraid @ginidietrich might nix the post entirely. LOL (jokes)

Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes
3 years 2 months ago

I would like to see them spend more time promoting/discussing the good things they have done. How much money have they raised, where it has gone, what benefits etc…

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes They are doing that also Josh, it just didn’t really speak to the “takeaway lessons” in a more general sense (most companies *aren’t* charities, etc.) – one point he made was also you will be much more in the public eye after something like this happens – they expect the public to want to have more info on where the money goes, how much is raised, etc..

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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yvettepistorio
3 years 2 months ago

duplicitousness, unctuous …showoff wordsmith…
 
Besides that, agree with Allen. Valuable tips organizations can learn from. Also, i think companies should prepare for a crisis because like you said, you never know what life is going to throw your way. I’ve seen too many companies completely unprepared and they make huge mistakes.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@yvettepistorio I heart words. 🙂 Yes, having an emergency preparedness plan in place is so important. Crazy in today’s world – even among orgs that USE social media – how many companies don’t have one in place.

dwaynealicie
3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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John_Trader1
3 years 2 months ago

Great post LB. The doubled edged sword of celebrity links to charitable organizations can certainly be a sticky wicket to manage, especially in the face of a crisis. I hate to see LIVESTRONG’s mission of cancer research overshadowed by this Armstrong mess. They are lucky to have a guy like Doug Ulman at the helm.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@John_Trader1 Thanks John – funny, I really liked the guy just from reading the article. I mean, who knows what he’s like in real life (and obviously he’s putting his best foot forward right now) but there was something very real about him. 🙂

sydcon_mktg
3 years 2 months ago

I agree with you @belllindsay I never warmed up to him, there was always something that rubbed me the wrong way.  I makes me nauseous all the honest, innocent people he sued & won for defamation when they called him out.  
 
However, I do applaud the Livestrong organization.  I almost wonder if at some point they will be forced to rebrand/rename just to get away from the stigma attached to the name/logo.  Its a shame, they do good things.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@sydcon_mktg They are rebranding actually – the addition of “Foundation” to their name now is a way for them to step further away from Lance and the scandal. But I actually like that they are keeping the colour yellow – they recognize it’s become a vibrant, full of life, highly visible symbol of the organization, and really it would be silly to change that at this point.

JoeCardillo
3 years 2 months ago

@sydcon_mktg  @belllindsay Yeah he definitely made his own bed, so to speak. On the other hand, the vitriol sort of reminds me of the Anne Hathaway & Jennifer Lawrence thing, we want our public figures to be gracious and compassionate and perfect (even in their falls) that we often overlook the fact that it’s simply not in the cards for everyone, ourselves included.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@JoeCardillo  @sydcon_mktg I don’t know about you Joe, but I’m pretty darned perfect over here. 😉

JoeCardillo
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay  @sydcon_mktg Didn’t doubt it for a moment! =)
 
I, on the other hand, basically just admitted in a forum on the interwebz that I consume TMZ and US Weekly. *bows head in shame*

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@JoeCardillo  @sydcon_mktg I get US Weekly in my mailbox (in my defence – it was a gift from a friend!!) LOL

Karen_C_Wilson
3 years 2 months ago
I’ve never been a huge fan of Lance Armstrong’s, but I’m not that into celebrity at all. I have to say I sympathize with him (a little) in that he’s become the poster boy of doping when everyone else did it too. But he lied so publicly and so emphatically while building LIVESTRONG up to be such a huge health advocacy brand. It’s hard not to be turned off by his hypocrisy. Fortunately, I think most people recognize that LIVESTRONG does such great work that it can stand apart from its founder. They just need to stay squeaky clean themselves,… Read more »
belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@Karen_C_Wilson I agree Karen. It’s not the doping (per se – though um, it’s WRONG) – I get that ‘everyone does it’ and I’m no elite athlete with my life hanging on a win – but I get tired of that excuse. As I always say to my son: “If everyone threw themselves off a cliff…!?” I think the lying really did him in. But, this isn’t a rant about Lance (lol) but rather what I see as a very positive and proactive way that LIVESTRONG are cleaning house.

Karen_C_Wilson
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay It occurred to me, reading your advice to your son, that the same could be said to any firm that is told to “go dark” in a crisis like this. Just because others do it doesn’t make it the right decision.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@Karen_C_Wilson Yup, as I mentioned above Doug Ulman was told they *should* go dark, let the dust settle, etc., but he didn’t do it. Smarter move IMHO.

ClayMorgan
3 years 2 months ago

Don’t forget another important strategy to recovering from such a crisis. Have patience while engaging your strategy. It simply takes time for the questions about a scandal to stop coming.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@ClayMorgan Very true Clay – and I think that speaks to “don’t be afraid to lean on people” – it must be very frustrating as a CEO trying to dig themselves out of a scandal to not see immediate results – but when you can lean on your peers, talk to other CEOs about their experiences, it must make it a tad easier.

KenMueller
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay  @ClayMorgan In a situation like this, you know there will be fall out. There is no strategy for avoiding it, just one for minimizing it. That’s where the patience is important.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@KenMueller  @ClayMorgan Patience, and good friends.

AmyMccTobin
3 years 2 months ago

I LOVE the fact that they’re over-communicating INTERNALLY; this is what keeps your team’s morale up, keeps them focused on the job at hand, AND makes them feel that they will get through this.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@AmyMccTobin Me too! That was one of the ‘lessons’ that really stood out for me – in my opinion, you simply CAN’T over-communicate – it’s so vitally important for people to have every bit of information they need in order to move forward.

dwaynealicie
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay  @AmyMccTobin I so agree. Branding, marketing, and PR activities need to target the internal stakeholders as well as the external. Always — not just in times of crisis or when it’s convenient.  I think I see that little nugget of wisdom falling through the cracks way too often.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@dwaynealicie  @AmyMccTobin Indeed Dwayne – so often when companies are in crisis and panicking they hold their cards even closer to their chests – not even letting staff know what’s going on – and that’s just a recipe for disaster in my opinion.

HowieG
HowieG
3 years 2 months ago

It is not umcommon for.some of the biggest dirtwads and dirtwaddesses to also do some noble cause support. Like OJ and his work against baby seal hunting. And Dick Cheney working to save the River Leech from extinction.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@HowieG I’m going baby seal hunting next week!!

rdopping
rdopping
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay @HowieG Just polishing up the Louisville Stagger myself. 😉

JoeCardillo
3 years 2 months ago
I have a feeling most people will disagree w/me on this, but one thing I think Livestrong should do for long term health internally and externally is have compassion for everyone in the situation – including Lance – and communicate it openly and directly.   Whatever side people come down on (and there are more than 2 sides IMHO) the situation is difficult. Lance positioned himself as untouchable and unreachable and is paying the price. But he’s a cancer survivor himself….and while he is a bundle of complex cultural forces, he is not the devil incarnate.   I think Livestrong… Read more »
belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@JoeCardillo I really love what you’re saying here Joe. And who knows, with the steps they’re taking now (as I’ve already mentioned, their CEO seems like a real human himself – and he’s also a cancer survivor) – they might reach the point where they will position themselves like that. It sure sounds *classy* from where I’m sitting!

JoeCardillo
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay Amen. It WOULD be nice if all CEOs were real humans. I think you just lucked out w/Gini. Or is she secretly a robot? =P

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@JoeCardillo Robot.

JoeCardillo
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay I knew it. And now we await her attempt to formulate a response she thinks will pass for human…

LouHoffman
LouHoffman
3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay Enjoyed your POV. Our U.S. GM tackled the topic as well http://t.co/kYYezZIe1oe1o

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

LouHoffman Thanks Lou – I’ll have a read of that! 🙂

rdopping
rdopping
3 years 2 months ago

I love the leaning on friends bit. We tend to share expertise a lot. Helps a lot when you’re in a spot.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@rdopping Doesn’t it? Also makes one feel less alone, which I think is invaluable whatever one is going through (like puppy rearing, for example. 😉 )

rdopping
rdopping
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay love to help wherever I can. Would love to meet Hank too.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@rdopping  @belllindsay Once the weather turns and Hank learns to walk on a leash we should do coffee!

rdopping
rdopping
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay done. I hear it’s a beast today. Overcast answer 75f here in FLA. It’a no picnic, ya know.

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@rdopping  You’re on vacay?? Nice, enjoy. Yes, we’re getting yet another storm! *stabs self through heart*

rdopping
rdopping
3 years 2 months ago

@belllindsay Yep. Got a date with Mr. Fun @bdorman264 tomorrow too. Joy!

belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@rdopping   @bdorman264 Pics or it never happened!

DickCarlson
DickCarlson
3 years 2 months ago
Call me a curmudgeon (to do so, you’ll need to get in a very long line), but the only reason that Livestrong’s balloon rose so high was their association with a hugely awful person.  And as many have said before me, he gave off very noticeable vibes of “ish” to those of us who never even met him. So I feel that it’s quite appropriate that their balloon sinks back to ground level when the truth comes out.  This will provide a cautionary tale to other groups who hitch their wagon (or mix their metaphor) to a sports figure, a… Read more »
belllindsay
belllindsay
3 years 2 months ago

@DickCarlson I don’t know about that – it might have helped get them recognized widely but they really do good work and can certainly stand on their own two feet now, even without Lance. If anything, I’m glad they had him (while he was still untarnished) to help raise that profile.

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3 years 2 months ago

hughforth belllindsay Me too, but don’t tell my boss that 😉 Thanks for sharing Hugh!

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3 years 2 months ago

joecardillo 🙂 Thank youuuuu!!

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3 years 2 months ago

briantudor Thanks Brian! belllindsay provides some valuable tips.

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

SpinSucks certainly Gina

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

ginidietrich Thank you, Gini! Happy Monday!

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3 years 2 months ago

patmrhoads belllindsay Thanks for sharing Pat! Very solid advice indeed.

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3 years 2 months ago

SpinSucks My pleasure. I thought it was cool to catch a post by belllindsay today, and there’s never a bad time to cover this topic.

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

SpinSucks Absolutely – very good info!

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3 years 2 months ago

lindajvetter Thanks for sharing Linda!

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

Thanks so much for sharing NL4LiveSTRONG – keep up the good work! LIVESTRONG

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay We sure will! 🙂 Thank YOU for the blog. #LIVESTRONG

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay Appreciate you covering this topic LB. I think we all feel rather scorned by Armstrong – good to see some positives come out.

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3 years 2 months ago

John_Trader1 True, and none more so than my fearless leader ginidietrich – though I think she would have him back in a heartbeat.

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay Biking. Creating obsession and passionate behavior one person at a time. It’s a cult. (cc ginidietrich)

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay no worries! It was a great piece and I’m happy to share.

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3 years 2 months ago

Karen_C_Wilson Cheers Karen! 🙂 ginidietrich

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

jenniferwindrum Thanks Jennifer! 😀

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3 years 2 months ago

aakomas Appreciate the RT Amy! 🙂 ginidietrich

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay You’re welcome. Well written post & a lesson for us all 🙂 ginidietrich

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

iarlabyrne Appreciate the share Iarla! 🙂

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay my pleasure, Lindsay!

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

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3 years 2 months ago

belllindsay SpinSucks You’re welcome. Thanks for writing something worth sharing. 🙂

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3 years 2 months ago

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