Wednesday, September 19, 2012
1 – 4:30 p.m.
700 N. Greenwood, B.S. Roberts Room
Learn what you can do on a clear sunny day to prepare for the challenges of your darkest day.
Powerful communications before a crisis and rapid communications during a crisis have the ability to move people out of harm’s way and save lives. Whether the situation is a sudden disaster, a predicted weather emergency or a smoldering crisis such as executive misconduct, most organizations fail to plan how they will communicate with their critical audiences, including the media, employees, stakeholders and the social media world.
In this half-day seminar, Gerard Braud of Braud Communications reveals the steps he has used to help organizations on five continents successfully write and implement their crisis communications plans.
In addition, he will help you to:
• Identify why your senior leadership is unprepared for a crisis
• Discover the truth about social media and crisis communications
• Learn to conduct a proper Vulnerability Assessment
• Unlock the mystery of writing a thorough, yet easy-to-use crisis communications plan
Don’t miss this professional development opportunity. Register today!
See the agenda. Snacks and beverages will be available during the seminar. And, plan to attend a networking reception from 5-7 p.m. Details on location will be available soon!