The media landscape is such that bad news spreads like wildfire. In this feature, we will reveal exclusive, practical advice on how to protect your brand reputation with a realistic crisis plan that takes advantage of all available media. Watch Everything Everywhere, Corporate Communications Director anb Head of Digital Communications at BBC.
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Janine Lloyd, MD of Greater Than JHB, discusses the importance of properly planned crisis communication strategies
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Ready to build your organization’s crisis communications plan? Purchase our 7-session webinar series to help you do just that! https://sparkfreedom.org/product/crisis-comm-plan-webinar-series/ Don’t let an outside influence or an internal communications error destroy your organization’s reputation. With foresight and planning, you might even turn an opponent’s “scoop” into an advantage.
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http://www.DanWeedin.com Dan Weedin is a nationally recognized crisis management expert for business. This brief video will provide you with the answers to questions surrounding issues and problems that need to be covered by small businesses to improve readiness and preparedness. © 2013 Dan Weedin. All Rights Reserved
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This session outlines the need for comprehensive crisis management planning. It addresses the lack of preparedness consumer products companies are accomplished in rapid crisis response. This session covers the critical elements and the functional benefits of a customized holistic plan.
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Insignia's Jonathan Hemus explains why understanding your stakeholders is essential for effective communication and what benefits it can bring to your organisation. More crisis management insights available from www.insigniacomms.com or follow me on Twitter @jhemusinsignia
Views: 745 Insignia - Crisis Management Specialists
Soundview Executive Book Summaries Editor-in-Chief Sarah Dayton presents a summary of the book, Lukaszewski on Crisis Communication: What Your CEO Needs to Know About Reputation Risk and Crisis Management by James E. Lukaszewski. Check out Soundview's summary of Lukaszewski on Crisis Communication: http://www.summary.com/book-summaries/_/Lukaszewski-on-Crisis-Communication Learn more about Soundview subscriptions: http://www.summary.com/subscription
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A session on crisis and emergency risk communication that elaborates on what the public seeks from communication, elements of operational success, risk communication principles for emergencies, and more. Visit the Zika Action Planning Summit website for more information and resource materials: http://www.cdc.gov/zap/ Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/wcms/videos/low-res/OADC/2016/zap-crisis-emergency_1151826.mp4
Watch more vlogs, studio interviews and expert webinars at http://www.HRD.tv In this vlog series Joep Cornelissen answers frequently asked questions about corporate communication, employee communication, change communication, stakeholder communication, communication strategy,... Watch the expert interview with Joep Cornelissen and Sandra De Milliano at http://www.hrd.tv Joep Cornelissen is professor at the Rotterdam School of management - Erasmus University and author of 'Corporate communication, a guide to theory & practice Sandra De Milliano is corporate learning & communication expert with focus on blended strategies with impact More about Joep's book on Corporate Communication: https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/corporate-communication/book241445. (c) HRD.tv Blog contribution by Joep Cornelissen
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Over 46 lectures and 6 hours of content! Maintaining your reputation during a crisis Looking confident and comfortable during a news conference Framing crisis messages Answering tough questions from reporters Speaking in sound bites Rehearsing for crisis communications events Developing a crisis management plan
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Four professionals who work in social media discuss the value of setting up a social media presence before a crisis affects a company or organization. This video was taped during a panel discussion hosted by SMC-DC on May 21, 2009 at Levick Strategic Communications, Washington, DC. Participants include Jon Eick, Gayle Weiswasser, Andy Garvin, and Dallas Lawrence. Video by Mary Fletcher Jones.
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Education Session 5 - Cyber Crisis Management Plans: Lessons from Disaster Recoveries Speaker Panel: Mike Wyatt, Director, Deloitte Linus Akanoh, Senior Manager, Deloitte Stacey Larsen, Senior Manager, Deloitte Russell Jones, Partner, Deloitte Description: How do we return to normal operations as soon as possible? How do we manage the fall-out? This session will present how to proactively build a Cyber Incident Response Plan leveraging lessons from Disaster Recoveries for organizational structure, identifying responsive enablers, and a comprehensive communications plan. Key topics to be covered include leveraging an information management framework, and decision making processes based on optimal action plans for potential scenarios. The objective is to ensure all of the right regulations and standards are addressed and developed in accordance to a realistic budget based on security and legal requirements. Expected Outcome: We will explore a lessons from disaster recovery incidents and models that provide a cyber crisis response cycle that coordinates the public and private sectors to respond to events that may involve critical infrastructure and key resources. Intended Audience: CIOs, ISOs, SOC personnel, CERT Teams, Communications Teams, California Office of Emergency Services (COES), California Emergency Management Agency, Cal Fire, California Geological Survey, California Natural Resources Agency, CDPH, OTECH This video was filmed at the Sept 28 & 29, 2015 Cyber Security Symposium in Sacramento, CA If you would like information on any future PSP Forums, please visit our event site at www.pspinfo.us Contact Information: Russ Hicks, President Public Sector Partners, Inc. email@example.com
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Risk, Crisis, and Emergency Communication for Public Health and Health Care Professionals
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Crisis communications expert Gerard Braud asks his social media followers, public relations professionals, and media relations experts, "What are the worst phrases you've heard in a crisis communications statement?" Crisis communication expert Gerard Braud presents The BraudCast -- a YouTube show providing crisis communication examples, crisis communication case studies, and how-to tips for crisis communication plans to help businesses navigate communicating effectively during a crisis. Videos include expert media training tips, spokesperson training tips, social media strategies, and communication skills to help you manage crisis communication with live broadcasting, media interviews, customer communication, and reputation management. Make sure to subscribe to the BraudCast YouTube Channel to contribute to our weekly discussions. Your answers may be featured in our next video! http://www.youtube.com/c/TheBraudCast-GerardBraud CONNECT: https://twitter.com/gbraud https://www.facebook.com/BraudCommunications https://plus.google.com/+GerardBraud/posts https://vimeo.com/gerardbaud https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerardbraud VISIT OUR SITE: http://braudcommunications.com
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As part of the KPCB 12-200 Meet-Up series, KPCB’s Marketing and Communications Partner, Christina Lee led a panel to discuss the value of internal communications with Keith Burton, Partner at corporate communications firm Brunswick Group, Dani Dudeck, VP of Communications at Zynga, and Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn. Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn, talked about the value communicators add by connecting different parts of the organization and Keith Burton, Partner at corporate communications firm Brunswick Group, highlighted the critical advisory role communicators play in informing executives’ point-of-view.
Views: 5849 Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Attention FEMA communications.
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Melissa Agnes and Professor Karen Freberg discuss Google Glass and what it means for your company or organization's crisis communications and crisis management. Within this video, Melissa Agnes and Karen Freberg discuss: - How Glass will benefit your crisis communications - both internally and externally - What Google Glass will mean for first responders - How Glass is going to affect citizen journalism - and what this means for your company or organization - What companies and organizations need to plan to do (and start doing) in order to protect and prepare themselves from the risks and the benefits of Google Glass - And a whole bunch more! Melissa Agnes specializes in crisis communications and crisis management for the digital age. She writes a highly acclaimed daily blog on all aspects of your digital crisis management. Feel free to subscribe to her blog, check out her website and follow her on Twitter! Website: http://agnesday.com Blog: http://agnesday.com/blog Twitter: @melissa_agnes Karen Freberg is professor in Strategic Communications at the University of Louisville, as well as an adjunct faculty member for West Virginia University in the Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Graduate Online program. Her research interests are in public relations, social media, crisis communications, and mobile technologies. Blog: www.karenfreberg.com/blog Website: www.karenfreberg.com Twitter: @kfreberg ----- Agnes + Day http://agnesday.com/ http://twitter.com/agnesdayinc http://www.facebook.com/agnesdayinc http://www.linkedin.com/company/agnesdayinc http://www.google.com/+agnesdayinc
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This Podcast originally appeared on Melissa Agnes's blog: http://melissaagnes.com/tcip-003-power-mobile-technology-crisis-communication/ Welcome to episode #003 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast with Melissa Agnes and Jim Spicuzza. Mobile technology can do wonders for today’s crisis communication. The flexibility, the interactivity and the mobility of it all can save lives, reputations and bottom lines. Within this podcast, Jim Spicuzza, CEO of CrisisGo, and I discuss the power of mobile technology in your crisis communications. If a person’s mobile phone is said to never be farther than 3 feet away from their body at all times, doesn’t it make sense to leverage this tool to communicate important messages in times of dire need? Whether we’re talking communicating internally with, either your entire staff or specific targeted groups, or externally with key stakeholders, mobile technology is a tool that we both believe needs to be leveraged for today's crisis communication. Mobile technology is not only convenient but also available to us, so why not incorporate it and leverage it to your organization’s advantage? Whether you work for an educational institution, the government, in healthcare or for a mid- to large-sized organization, this episode will help you discover possibilities and advantages for your organization’s crisis communications that you may not have already considered. Enjoy! Get connected! Have questions, comments or suggestions? Email Melissa: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/crisis-intelligence-podcast/id887185077 Subscribe and leave us a review on Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-crisis-intelligence-podcast Subscribe via email: http://melissaagnes.com/podcast/#subscribe-form Visit Melissa's blog: http://melissaagnes.com/blog/ Learn more about Melissa Agnes: http://melissaagnes.com/about-melissa-agnes/ Follow Melissa on Twitter @melissa_agnes: https://twitter.com/melissa_agnes Connect with Melissa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissaagnes Learn more about Agnes + Day, The Crisis Intelligence Firm: http://agnesday.com/ Connect with Jim on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/jim-spicuzza/2/b68/504 Follow CrisisGo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrisisGo Or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crisis.go Check out their website: http://www.crisisgo.com/ Thanks to Jim Spicuzza for the great conversation! Follow Jim on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jfspicuzza
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Did you like this video? Please Share It. This Video is part of Public Relations Course, for more info visit: http://www.theeducators.com/portfolio-items/public-relations/ Course Summary: An effective Public Relations strategy will support an organisation's corporate plan. This course will define a pragmatic approach to PR and show delegates how public relations can become an integral part of corporate strategy. Particular emphasis is given to looking at practical ways in which a PR strategy can be created. Main Topics Include: The nature of public relations The uses of Public Relations The Publics of Public Relations The communication process The following topics will be briefly addressed: STEEPLE, SLEPT or PESTLE, Statutory legislation and voluntary controls Copyright, patent, trade-mark, plagiarism, brand and logo and the legal implications of each ------------------------ Producer: Tony Zohari URL: http://www.digitpro.co.uk
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This video is a partial preview of the full business document. To view and download the full document, please go here: http://flevy.com/browse/business-document/crisis-management-plan-1357 BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT 1. We analyzed dozens of best practices, policies and procedures of both leading financial institutions and corporations. 2. Meets compliance requirements SOX, ITIL, FFIEC, BS25999, ISO 17799/27001. 3. GRC Crisis Management Plan empowers you to plan for any crisis. DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION This document is a 10-page template for a Crisis Management Plan. It is easily customizable in MS Word format. This Crisis Management Plan includes the following sections: * Team Meeting Format * Crisis Management Team Structure * Teams and Members * Contingency Locations * Declaration & Recovery Strategies * Data Center Disaster Declaration Procedure * Silver Crisis Management Team Activation * Silver CMT Actions Following Business Continuity Plan Activation
Views: 35 Flevy.com - Business Frameworks
The professor of PR Pritch Pritchard, APR is breaking down the essential business topic everyone needs but never wants to talk about – Crisis Communications Management. Our discussions include creating protocols not plans, training and empowering your staff to react in case of a crisis. The key is preparation, training and reinforcement. All things you must do before a crisis happens, not as it’s happening. Training should include reviews, table-top exercises and real-life scenario role-playing. The next most important aspect of crisis communication is never, ever spinning to make your situation better than it really is. Like Pritch says: “Bad news doesn’t age well” and “Go ugly first” to get the bad news out of the way. Never mislead or omit details you know to be true. Have a selected communication professional pre-designated as your spokesperson (with a plan B and plan C) speak in a single voice for clarity. Winning back the public trust will be hard if you are secretive or too optimistic in your communication. Be realistic. Pritch suggest 3 things to always include in crisis communications. 1. What you know 2. What you do not know 3. What you are doing to find out more Finally, make sure you crisis communications, which includes risk assessment, written protocol and training program is prepared, administered and audited by an experienced professional. This is too important to leave in the hands of an amateur. Our special guest this week is Linda Wesley, President of IABC-OKC http://iabcokc.com/ She drops by to talk about their upcoming events and membership benefits. News Flash: The Project 3810 Open House and NW OKC Chamber of Commerce #MarketingMonday lunch-and-learn series kickoff are both next Monday, Feb. 12th. For more information: https://project3810.com/open-house or https://project3810.com/nwokc-marketing-monday Subscribe to the NeoMarketing podcast on iTunes http://bit.ly/TheGoldingGroup and videos on YouTube http://bit.ly/GoldingGroupYouTube Every week on the NeoMarketing podcast, The Golding Group partners Pritch Pritchard, APR and Kyle Golding briefly (5-8 mins.) discuss best practices, latest trends and modern techniques for professional business communications including advertising, marketing, digital channels, social media, public relations and alternative options. Educational, informative and (hopefully) entertaining. http://thegoldinggroup.com Let’s engage. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoldingGroup LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-golding-group Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrategicBusinessGrowth
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Crisis Communications & Understanding the Neuroscience Behind Connecting with Audiences. The wiring of the human brain has an impact on a company's ability to win the hearts and minds of its target audiences in the midst of a crisis communications situation. Companies must strive to see themselves through the eyes of their audience rather than their own. Gaining an understanding of the neuroscience behind what is possible (and impossible) when communicating with customers and prospects will help you to determine how you can successfully engage audiences in order to best manage any public relations situation your company might face. Join BMA for a workshop presentation by Fred Garcia, president of Logos Consulting Group and author of the book The Power Of Communication. Fred is an internationally renown crisis communications expert, coach, counselor, teacher, writer, and speaker whose clients include corporations, governments and militaries. Hear from Fred about qualities that lead all of us, as humans, to make judgment's based on words used in communication which trigger circuitry within the brain. Understanding the intersections of communication and neuroscience can enable marketers better manage crisis communications scenarios and anticipate target audience response. Featured Speaker: Helio Fred Garcia -- President, Logos Consulting Group For more than 30 years Helio Fred Garcia has helped leaders build trust, inspire loyalty, and lead effectively. He is a coach, counselor, teacher, writer, and speaker whose clients include some of the largest and best-known companies and organizations in the world. His most recent book is The Power of Communication: Skills to Build Trust, Inspire Loyalty, and Lead Effectively, published in May 2012 by FT Press/Pearson. Fred is president of the crisis management firm Logos Consulting Group and executive director of the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership. He is based in New York and has worked with clients in dozens of countries on six continents. Fred has 33 years of experience counseling securities firms, banks, insurance companies, specialized financial and professional service firms, corporations, not-for-profits, and governments.· He has particular expertise in crisis, change, and risk management; crisis communication; international security issues; international financial transactions; corporate governance; and business ethics. Fred has coached more than 250 CEOs of major corporations, plus thousands of other high-profile people in other complex fields, including doctors, lawyers, financial executives, and military officers, and government officials.· These executives were in industries as diverse as pharmaceuticals, energy, heavy manufacturing, biotechnology, computer software, financial services, law firms, advertising agencies, religious denominations, universities, and not-for-profit advocacy groups. Fred is a frequent speaker and author on topics including crisis management, business ethics, communication as a leadership discipline, and journalist/source relationships.
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This Podcast originally appeared on Melissa Agnes's blog: http://melissaagnes.com/tcip-032-national-weather-services-crisis-communication-strategy-daniel-noah/ Welcome to episode #032 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast, with Melissa Agnes and Daniel Noah. Often, within my speaking engagements, I use the National Weather Service as a great example of innovative communications in times of emergency. Their collaborative and explorative mindset, their use of social media and mobile technology - they’re an interesting case study and a great example for others to be inspired by and learn from. That’s why I was so thrilled when Daniel Noah, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service in Tampa Bay, agreed to sit down and have a candid conversation with me! Within this episode of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast, Dan and I dive into the specific strategies that the NWS uses to communicate with their community in times of emergency. This episode of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast discusses: -What data mining is and how the NWS uses it to monitor the social sphere for important feedback, warning signs and more. -The NWS's strategy for dealing with doomsday photos that tend to go viral in natural disasters and put people in panic mode. -The types of policies and procedures the NWS has in place to help them with their crisis communications and social media initiatives - and the internal obstacles they had to overcome to get where they are today. -The NWS’s spirit of collaboration, from sharing policies that have proven to work for them, to partnering with existing apps that they know their target audiences are using regularly in order to communicate with them when need be. -The NWS's Wireless Emergency Alerts - How they use mobile and geo-targeting to distribute highly critical information to the masses, in real-time. -The NWS’s Ambassador program - what it means to you and how you can benefit from joining this program (hint: you can save money on your insurance!). This is truly an enlightening conversation. Enjoy! Get connected! Have questions, comments or suggestions? Email Melissa: email@example.com Subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/crisis-intelligence-podcast/id887185077 Subscribe and leave us a review on Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-crisis-intelligence-podcast Subscribe via email: http://melissaagnes.com/podcast/#subscribe-form Visit Melissa's blog: http://melissaagnes.com/blog/ Learn more about Melissa Agnes: http://melissaagnes.com/about-melissa-agnes/ Follow Melissa on Twitter @melissa_agnes: https://twitter.com/melissa_agnes Connect with Melissa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissaagnes Learn more about Agnes + Day, The Crisis Intelligence Firm: http://agnesday.com/ Google: "National Weather Service" + the city you live in for more information Weather Ready Nation Ambassador Program: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/com/weatherreadynation/ Connect with Dan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dan-noah/8a/102/93b Follow the National Weather Service on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nws Thanks to Dan for having this enlightening conversation with me!
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Crisis Communications Agencies - Find out how toppragencies.com evaluates the best Crisis Communications Agencies. The latest rankings of the best Crisis Communications Agencies can be seen at: http://crisis-pr.toppragencies.com/best-crisis-public-relations http://www.toppragencies.com Evaluation Criteria for Crisis Communications In any kind of emergency one of the most critical pieces of the puzzle for any company is a comprehensive crisis communications plan. Whether the emergency is an issue with one of your products or services, a natural disaster, a tragedy, an environmental issue, or a problem with a client, the best plan will help you address each situation while sustaining minimal damage to the reputation and operations of your company. topPRagencies.com helps businesses connect with the top performing crisis communications agencies to help them develop and implement crisis communications plans with a tailored strategy for their business. Five areas of evaluation are used in order to benchmark the performance of crisis communications services. These five areas include needs analysis, response time, offensive strategy, defensive strategy, and overall performance. The ability for the agency to perform an extensive analysis of the needs and requirements of the client goes beyond simply asking the client their expectations and issues. Public relations agencies are evaluated based on their ability to identify weaknesses in how their clients react to and manage crisis events. Top performing public relations agencies should be capable of responding to a crisis event quickly and efficiently based on an already implemented plan of action or the need for a new plan based on the events which have transpired. The amount of time taken to implement a plan resolving the cause of the crisis and releasing statements in order to mitigation damage are compared to similar events in order to ensure that each top performing PR agency is quick to respond and implement. Offensive strategy refers to the public relation agency's ability to assist their client in communicating with their clients, the public, employees, and investors during a crisis in order to mitigate and prevent damage. Defensive strategy refers to how well the PR agency is able to help a business prepare for a potential crisis and assist them in identifying potential areas of risk within their business practices or in the products or services being provided. The overall performance of the PR agency in crisis communications is measured based on the reports and results provided by the PR agency and how clients generally perceive the quality of service provided by the agency.
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Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2011/01/20/Capt_David_Werner_Social_Media_in_Crisis_Communications Captain David Werner, assistant chief of information for the U.S. Navy, recounts how a tweet caused the Navy to rethink its antiquated communication strategy. "We still have our minds wrapped around 1992 technology," Werner explains, describing how the Navy's Twitter account was more up to date than internal briefings after the Haiti earthquake. ----- Module 3: Best Practices Social Media in Crisis Communications with Captain David Werner, Assistant Chief of Information for Communication Integration & Strategy at the US Navy Office of Information. Social media shifts marketing from controlled, one-way communications into collaborative, intimate dialogues with -- and among -- constituents. The strategies, tools, rules of engagement, and metrics present marketing and digital professionals with a series of challenges that are best distilled into one question: "What do I do now?" - L2 Captain Dave Werner was on a frigate in the Persian Gulf when Iraq invaded Kuwait. More recently he was the Media Operations Watch Chief at Multinational Forces Iraq in Baghdad during the summer surge of 2007. Through these and more than a dozen other assignments over twenty years, he's watched the information landscape -- and the government's ability to remain responsive on it -- transform. Assigned to the Navy's Office of Information in the Pentagon as the Assistant Chief of Information for Communication Integration and Strategy, he's helped shape and lead the service's social media strategy in remaining responsive, relevant and credible.
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May 8th & 9th, 2018 https://uwcped.org/how-leaders-manage-change.html There’s one thing that is consistent in both business and life - change happens, and research shows 70 percent of organizations that implement it are not successful. You can change that outcome through active leadership and change management best practices. Register now for this professional development seminar with media expert Katrina Cravy and change thought leader Jeff Chan to learn how to implement significant organizational change using new techniques and processes. How You Will Benefit: Learn the four essential leadership practices required for successful organizational change Learn how leaders need to work with key stakeholders – project teams, leaders and employees – to successfully drive change Develop a strategic plan for information flow during a crisis Learn how to establish trust, credibility, and rapport with reporters Improve your confidence and ability to speak to large audiences Who should attend: Leaders who manage and communicate change in your organization, and every professional who wants to improve communication and marketing skills to be ready when a change or crisis occurs and reporters start calling. Teams will benefit by creating key messaging, crisis management scenarios, and improving their speaking techniques.
Week 7 Health Communication Summary Lecture. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen talks about the difference between risk and crisis communication.
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Sign up for the course at https://cle.tba.org/catalog/course/3355. This program will address many elements of crisis communications, including preserving the attorney-client privilege, working with a PR firm, what can and should be said to the media, and other crisis communications prevention strategies.
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Visit our website: http://www.emscom.usi.ch/emscom and Download our brochure here: http://www.emscom.usi.ch/sites/www.emscom.usi.ch/files/media/emscom-brochure-web.pdf Stakeholders: Assets or Liabilities in a Crisis? “How are stakeholders assets and liabilities during a crisis?” and “How can stakeholder management promote stakeholders as assets?”. Timothy Coombs, Professor of Crisis Communications at the University of Central Florida, Nicholson School of Communication, explains how stakeholders can benefit an organization during a crisis (asset) or hurt crisis management efforts (liability). More importantly, he explores what pre-crisis actions are likely to produce stakeholders as crisis asset or liability. The interview was carried out thanks to the support of Swisscom Event and Media Solutions(www.swisscom.ch/en/business/sem.html) during the 17th EMScom Excellence-in-communications Lecture on October 9, 2014 at Credit Suisse Forum St. Peter in Zurich. More information at: www.emscom.usi.ch
Views: 391 EMScom USI
Corey Saban of TheLaw.TV discusses crisis management plans with PSMA.
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We sponsored a panel event by Women in PR and Women in PA to debate integration in communications, what’s driving the trend, the benefits and challenges of integration, and, crucially, what employers are really looking for in their communications teams. The top tips across the panel highlighted the importance of collaboration, digital skills, and staying relevant in the rapidly changing, data-driven industry. In my experience, these tips will get you far in many different industries, but they are particularly relevant in communications considering the growing trend towards integration.
Views: 286 Hanson Search
Dr Oz In Crisis Communications Situation | Media Training Call +1.212.764.4955 now to discuss a customized media training or presentation training program for you or your organization. Media Training Worldwide teaches people how to speak effectively to the media and to live audiences. We train people on all aspects of media training, public speaking, PowerPoint Presentations, crisis communications and presentation training. Media Training Worldwide http://www.mediatrainingworldwide.com/ Media Training Services http://www.mediatrainingworldwide.com/media-training.html Public Speaking Training http://www.mediatrainingworldwide.com/presentation-training.html Media Training News http://www.mediatrainingworldwide.com/blog/
Enjoy this powerpacked webinar. Make sure you stay through Joe Sesso's bonus presentation "10 Must Use Apps." Then Sign up for our next webinar @ http://secretsoftopsellingagents.com/ Test Jumps: Best Days for Networking Stack 40:30 Q/A 57:20
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Crisis Communications Expert Andy Gilman Talks About Tylenol Then and Now for xPotomac
Views: 182 Geoff Livingston
HUD OCIO Learning Session Topic - 'New media' technologies, such as websites, blogs, webcasts, podcasts, social media, instant messaging, have shifted the dynamics and control of crisis communication and management. This new environment means that organizations must integrate 'new media' into their crisis planning and management, or suffer consequences in terms of outcome and reputation. Using both case examples and information about 'new media' this session will suggest ways to be prepared for this tsunami.
Views: 579 HUDchannel
Al Upchurch, Senior Vice President of Marx Layne & Company shares five tips designed to help an organization effectively communicate in the event of a crisis. Upchurch has 24 years of experience as a television news producer and manager, and 10 years of experience working on media relations and crisis communication initiatives for a variety of organizations. Visit www.marxlayne.com for more information on crisis communication and media relations.
Views: 774 Marx Layne & Company
LIFT Philanthropy Partners has produced this webinar series, Managing for Impact, to help provide business advice to the not-for-profit sector. We are grateful for contributions from the business leaders in our national partner network who have shared their expertise. In this webinar, we hear from National Public Relations' Nicola Lambrechts, about effective communications planning.
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Crisis communications consultant, Linda Bilben, shares tips and best-practices on crisis communications management and planning. Tip #3: Issue a statement from your organization within 20 to 45 minutes after the crisis hits.
Views: 55 ReputationsCorp
Communicating on risks associated with the food chain is a key part of EFSA's work. By delivering clear, timely communications, which are based on the independent advice of its scientific panels, the Authority helps to improve the safety of food in Europe. EFSA's Communications Director explains the art of effective risk communication. For more information: http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsawhat/riskcommunication.htm
Views: 8860 EFSAchannel