How it works
Crisis management is the process by which an organization or individual deals with a disruptive and/or unexpected event which threatens to cause harm, either physical, emotional, or financial, or with respect to the individual’s or entity’s reputation. In this regard, the term “Crisis” can refer to myriad circumstances, including, but not limited to criminal allegations, domestic abuse, extortion, false accusations, missing persons, reputation maligning, stalking, workplace violence, and myriad other scenarios. These situations require a measured and calculated response.
Crisis Management is no longer simply about coordinating media response, although that is one facet. It is about discreetly and effectively responding to crisis while preserving the individual’s or company’s public image, integrity, and often, anonymity.
When corporations, executives, athletes, entertainers, or high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) encounter such dilemmas, they turn to TPG to preserve integrity, mitigate loss, and develop strategic solutions. This is done by adhering to our SOP, which includes the following:
- Due Diligence: TPG identifies the individuals, organizations, or circumstances responsible for a crisis, and utilizes sophisticated techniques to counter and/or neutralize the threat.
- Sensitive Investigations: TPG provides discreet undercover operators, using state-of-the-art techniques and equipment to mitigate an adverse scenario.
- Advisory Support Counsel: TPG provides ongoing or ad hoc counsel on sensitive matters, supporting the safety and integrity of the principal or organization.
- Covert Surveillance: TPG operatives are highly trained in covert surveillance and investigations. This discretion insulates our actions and guarantees our clients’ anonymity.
- Information Flow: TPG limits adversaries’ misinformation by measuredly responding with strategically beneficial information.