Robert Chandler, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication and Chair of Communication Division
Phone: (310) 506-4139
Location: Malibu Campus
Areas of Expertise
Robert Chandler is an expert on organizational communication, crisis communication, organizational ethical integrity, and multicultural diversity issues in organizations. Chandler is also a nationally recognized author, speaker, and seminar leader in his field with over 70 scholarly and professional publications including articles in the Journal of Communication Studies; Safety Management; Disaster Recovery Journal; Contingency Planning & Management; New Avenues in Crisis Management; Continuity Insights; Disaster Resource Guide; Business Briefings; and Risk and Crisis Management.
Chandler coauthored Managing Risks for Corporate Integrity: How to Survive an Ethical Misconduct Disaster with Enron whistleblower Lynn Brewer and O.C. Ferrell. The book explores the costs of ethical misconduct in organizations as well as the prevention and recovery from such scandals. Chandler also authored Terrorism: How Can Business Continuity Cope, and Crisis Communication Planning? with M. R. Blue, J. Roberts, and M. Wingard.
Chandler is on the Editorial Advisory Board of Continuity Insights, is a founding board member of The Integrity Institute, and has been a frequently invited speaker for national and international business continuity conferences. His corporate and government clients have included 3n, American Airlines, State Farm Insurance Company, Vulcan, Verizon, just to name a few.
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