Crisis are fast-moving, usual unexpected and can continue to cause damage long after the incident is over. With the recent tragedies striking across the UK from, terrorist attacks, fires to extreme weather, crisis communications is a forefront of helping keeping people safe, as well as, protecting your organisation.
Join your colleagues and peers from across the public sector to discuss the latest in crisis communications strategy, from identifying risks, ensuring the right channels are being used, working with the media and best practice to prepare for the unforeseeable.
How prepared is organisation for a crisis?
Website and full agenda:
Check out the latest confirmed speaker line-up and up-to-date agenda on our website here.
Key issues to be discussed include:
- Crisis Preparation: Identifying risks, creating a team and rehearsing your approach
- Crisis Strategy: Developing and maintaining a crisis communication strategy
- Communicating successfully both internally and externally
- Right audience, right channels, right time: Delivering clear, consistent and timely communications
- Post-crisis: Regaining trust, maintaining a good reputation and evaluating your response
- Effectively using social media
- Working with the media
Interested in attending?
For registration enquiries please contact:
020 7593 5657