How to Keep Your Reputation Intact During a Crisis. Shape And Control Your Media Messages At The Worst Possible Time
Good communication in a crisis can make or break a corporate reputation. Knowing the principles of great crisis communication will ensure that however the crisis arose, there will be minimum damage to your reputation, and minimal time to recover from any adverse opinion.
In this rapid masterclass in public relations, media communication expert Alan Stevens explains how you can shape and control your messages to the world, even at the very worst of times.
In just 30 minutes, Alan will give you the skills you need to deal with a PR crisis before it happens.
Who is Alan Stevens?
Alan has decades of experience helping some of the world's best known brands react to adversity in the public eye, and getting them out untarnished. When crises inevitably happen, Alan is the person that many of the world's best known CEOs call to help them save their company's reputation.
As well as dealing with corporate public relations, Alan has been speaking professionally, on and off stage, for about 40 years. He has written a number of books on the subject, the most recent titled 'The Exceptional Speaker'. He is the most decorated public speaker in the world, having won more awards than any other speaker. During his career he has worked with thousands of people and blue chip companies to help them improve their presentation skills.
“Alan, most of the time it is hard to get honest replies from people about the content of my communication, and how I can become better at what I do. Thank you very much for your professional advice and help – I really appreciate it.” – Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, The UK’s most successful Paralympic athlete.
Who should do this course?
This course is for anyone who can be exposed to crisis communications in a business
This course will explain what a crisis is and the different types which can occur. He covers real life case studies of events where companies have done great jobs, and some where reputations have been managed less well. He then covers how you can plan in advance how to deal with crises before they arrive, and finally the key skills you need in place when they do happen.