Crisis Leadership / No Longer a ’Nice to Have’


Monday 24th June 2019
1 Embankment Pl

12:15 - 16:30

    Depending on where you live or work in the world, it seems to be either volatile, uncertain, complex or ambiguous at best.  Let’s add ’spontaneous’ to that list and we start to make a strong argument for us all being prepared to select, employ and deploy effective crisis leaders in our organisations.  Most of the time, we suffer collateral effects from sudden crisis events, but like it or not we will at some time suffer direct business disruption from targeted attacks on our infrastructure or our people.  So, who is at your helm and ready to steer your organisation to safety and to prosperity?  CSARN believes that Crisis Leadership is a C-Suite critical element for a successful business and this briefing underscores the need for the leadership to prepare for adversity, lead recovery and sustain growth in the face of any threat.  This interactive briefing looks at case studies and successful outcomes by experts that will help delegates stress test their current thinking and question their own arrangements.


    Areas that will be covered:

    Reputational recovery to the ‘new normal’
    Preparing our leaders for extreme crises
    How do you select, support and sustain leaders of the future?
    Changing the corporate culture - everyone’s responsible!
    What is the best of the best when it comes to solutions?

    Leaders who should attend:

    Crisis response and business recovery leaders
    Government agencies leading on crises recovery
    Local authority planners
    SHEQ leaders
    Law enforcement and other emergency responders

      Confirmed Speakers

      Chris Phillips GCGI FSyI FCIISCM
      Managing Director, IPPSO

      Philip Ingram MBE
      Grey Hare Media

      Declan Ganley
      Chair and CEO, Rivada Networks

      Robin Hamilton
      Aldbury International Ltd

      Delegate Fee

      CSARN Members | FREE

      Standard Fee | £189.00

      Public Sector | £109.00


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