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Take the opportunity to continue your professional development and network with your fellow peers at the upcoming North West branch AGM and seminar.

PRESENTATION

Communications in Crisis by Mick Ord, Crisis communications, media training and PR at Mich Ord Media Consultancy

We're sorry for the massive disruption it's caused their lives. There's no one who wants this over more than I do. I would like my life back." — BP CEO Tony Hayward, on the oil spill disaster that claimed 11 lives and has subsequently released over 20 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

With the development and growth of social media and sensationalism across traditional news channels, the need to maintain good communications in a crisis has never been greater.  Mick specialises in providing pre-incident training to organisations and key personnel so that they are prepared to handle communications in a crisis, and then provides support after things have gone wrong to help to ensure that the messages that are released reflect the best possible information to reassure and calm interested parties looking in.

RSVP: We ask you kindly to pre-register for the branch meeting by adding the meeting to your cart and following the checkout process. Alternatively please email suzan.fikru@iirsm.org to confirm your attendance.

 



When
Thursday, 21 March, 2019 - 18:00 - 20:00
Where
Birchwood Leisure & Tennis Centre, Benson Road, Birchwood, Warrington, WA3 7PQ
Price
Members:
£0.00
Including VAT
Non-Members
£0.00
Including VAT

Event Date & Location







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AGENDA

18:00 - Arrival and networking

18:30 -  Presentation: Communications in Crisis

19:05 - Questions from the floor

19:15 - Annual General Meeting

20:00 - Close

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Speaker
Mick Ord

Mick specialises in providing pre-incident training to organisations and key personnel so that they are prepared to handle communications in a crisis, and then provides support after things have gone wrong to help to ensure that the messages that are released reflect the best possible information to reassure and calm interested parties looking in.