(CONCLUDED) Post Crisis Recovery / Reputation is Everything / 19th January 2017


Thursday 19th January 2017
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    When crisis happens, fast recovery is critical.  But all hard-won preparation, training, testing and engagement will come to nothing unless adequate attention has been given to managing the reputation, brand and the way in which recovery is communicated.  Well known case studies have shown that the wrong person who is poorly briefed, the misunderstood communications strategy or complacency and misreading of the situation can be catastrophic to business and can mean the end to an organisation.

    This briefing unpacks the learning from these case studies and focuses on the lessons that should not be repeated elsewhere.  This interactive session promotes learning amongst the delegates and, as with all CSARN briefings, encourages valuable networking opportunities.

        The areas that will be covered:

        • The importance of preparation and deploying techniques
        • Learning from avoidable and cringe-making mistakes
        • Preparing your leaders for a successful delivery
        • Identifying critical strategic communication elements to take away

          Confirmed Speakers

          13:00 Registration and Refreshments
          13:30 Chair
          13:35 Dr Aarti Anhal Gooden / Partner, 4C Strategies
          Perception is Reality
          14:05 Dominic Cockram / Partner, Regester Larkin by Deloitte
          After the crisis – rebuilding a broken reputation
          14:35 Q & A
          14:55 Coffee & Networking
          15:15 Russ Timpson / Horizonscan
          What we have learnt from 200 crisis simulations
          15:45 Kate Johnston Head of Partnerships / Crimestoppers
          Safeguarding reputation – the insider threat
          16:15 Q & A 
          16:35 Networking & Close

          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £149.00

          Public Sector | £95.00

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