(CONCLUDED) Crisis Leadership - the search for the perfect response to extreme events


Monday 30th October 2017 
Estee Lauder
One Fitzroy
6 Mortimer Street

12:00 - 17:00

    One of the main difficulties in developing our crisis leaders is that there are so many different varieties of crises that can take place in and around the business sector.  Terrorist attack, technical meltdown, natural disasters, social media propaganda and reputational challenges feature quite regularly in the mainstream media.  However, none of this means that we shouldn’t adhere to some best practice that emanates from some well known major events and this briefing intends to present the best current advice, on a range of issues, common to extreme and often spontaneous crises.  This briefing will explore the best practices that can be applied to any of the most challenging global incidents and delegates will be able to discuss, test and take away new solutions and be invited to think differently; a critical skill in leading responses to extreme events.

    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?

    Those that 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

    12:00 Registration and Lunch
    13:00 Chair
    13:10 Michael Thwaites / Director of Security  - UK & Ireland – Estee Lauder Companies
    "What’s a Crisis?"
    13:40 Peter Gordon-Finlayson / Operations Manager, Sibylline Ltd
    "Left of the Bang – an Intelligence Led Approach to Crisis Leadership"
    14:10 Terence Fane-Saunders
    14:40 Q & A
    15:00 Coffee & Networking
    15:20 Andrew MacLeod / Director of Needhams 1834
    "Improving the effectiveness of crisis leadership"
    15:50 Peter Spindler / Former MPS Commander & Lead for Op Yew Tree, now director of SOTER Protective Services Ltd

    “Getting a Grip” - Operation Yewtree, A case study on critical incident management

    16:20 Q & A 
    16:45 Q & A, Networking & Close

    Delegate Fee

    CSARN Members | FREE

    Standard Fee | £189.00

    Public Sector | £109.00

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