The bad news first: In the increasingly complex communication environment we live in, traditional crisis communication and preparedness are no
longer enough. In a constantly connected world you cannot afford any blind spots. A 360
° approach is needed to be prepared to respond. The good news: Situation management is the answer to this challenge.
Mesh & Moser Situation Management offers a modular concept that embeds effective communication, structures and decision making, risk assessment and issues management in one situation management system. It supports you in every difficult situation when these factors are key to solve a problem.
Mesh & Moser Situation Management prepares you for exactly these moments. With an effective situation management system in place, many issues can even be addressed before they escalate. We assess your risks and develop with you how to manage your issues and communicate your risks. We share with you best practice in crisis communication, combining experience from the most risk exposed industries. We show you how airline pilots make critical decisions under immense pressure and how this can help you in a crisis. We help you to establish a situation management system by integrating assessment and communication throughout your processes. We provide effective media training and practice with you what happens in case of.
The modular character of our concept makes sure that you
can focus on what you really need.
Situation management is to establish skills, resources and structures to effectively respond to any difficult situation. This requires experience and expertise. Many agencies will offer you great academic and theoretical knowledge, but this is not enough. Only who encountered what it means to be responsible for a response will be able to spot the weaknesses in response arrangements. Mesh & Moser Situation Management brings this expertise to the table.
Many years of hands-on experience in the fields of aviation, pharma and radiological
risks enable us to share with you the best approaches to tackle difficult situations, scalable to all sizes and natures of enterprises and institutions. This makes us a perfect fit, not only for
large enterprises and ministries but for SMEs as well. If needed, we work with experienced partners that clocked many years as responsible leaders and officers in the areas of security, cyber
security, family assistance etc.
Mesh & Moser Situation Management is not about what is fancy or nice to have. We care about what you really need to be prepared to respond.
Patrick Meschenmoser is founder and owner of Mesh & Moser Situation Management.
For 15 years he has gathered both extensive hands-on experience in corporate and crisis communication in an international, high-exposure environment. He responded to events such as airplane crashes, natural disasters, strikes, radiological emergencies, diplomatic incidents, data and cyber security issues, the falsification of medicines and many more.
Having worked for more than eight years for the Lufthansa Group, one of the biggest aviation groups in the world, he became an expert in high-level international corporate communication, media relations, crisis and issues management. As the responsible manager for global crisis communication and, later as Chief Press Officer, leading Lufthansa's issues communication, he also learned about the challenges and advantages of social media for crisis communication.
After some years as Director Media Relations for STADA, an international pharmaceutical group, Patrick was appointed Crisis Communication Adviser of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). As such he was responsible for coordinating the development of international guidance for effective crisis communication in radiation emergencies for the IAEA's Member States, the first of its kind worldwide, and the international communication training programme. He also was the Agency's spokesman in case of an emergency.
As an expert in risk and crisis communication, Patrick was appointed member of the Emergency Protection Committee of the German Commission on Radiological Protection by Germany's Federal Ministry of the Environment, at the beginning of 2019.