Managing Communication in a Crisis and Protecting Your Brand

Instructor: Michael Barrio
Product ID: 705448
  • 26
  • September 2017
  • 12:30 PM PDT | 03:30 PM EDT
    Duration: 60 Min

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September 26, Tuesday 12:30 PM PDT | 03:30 PM EDT | Duration: 60 Min

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This webinar will focus on the effective crisis communication strategies. Attendees will learn best practices to protect their organization’s brand in the time of crisis.

Why Should You Attend:

In today’s business, tech, and social landscape, crisis is always just around the corner. It’s not a matter of IF, but WHEN. Are you prepared?

From tornados to cyber-attacks and everything in between, organizations routinely experience crisis that place them in the precarious and unpredictable position of safeguarding its members as well as its own reputation. Adequately addressing and managing stakeholder trust and expectations along with reputational risk requires timely and effective communication with internal and external stakeholders. How an organization responds in these situations can tip the risk scales in their favor. Without an effective communication program, organizations can quickly discover a very reactive (often litigious) situation from which they may never fully recover.

The focus of this webinar is crisis management communications. This webinar helps Executive Management and the Board Members assess strategies for an effective, proactive communication program.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze effective crisis communication strategies
  • Record positive and negative communication results
  • Assess the roles of key players in effective communication from the Board and Executive Management to Operations and the Call Center
  • Define criteria for the organization’s program

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Examples of situations where crisis communications is imperative
  • How poor (or no) communication can damage your brand or even create an environment ripe for lawsuits
  • The three stages of crisis communications
  • Communication timing and delivery
  • Tips on developing the bank's communication program
  • Take-away: The Crisis Communications Checklist

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar is designed for anyone in the bank responsible for providing customer communication during an incident, including Operations, Retail, and Senior Management, and is also appropriate for individuals who manage the bank’s reputation, branding, compliance, or communications including:

  • Organizational Communications staff
  • Leadership
  • Board Members
  • Audit and Internal Controls Staff
  • Business Continuity Personnel
  • Compliance Manager
  • HR Manager
  • Information Security Personnel
  • Marketing and Sales Team
  • Operations Compliance Staff
  • Risk Management Professionals
Instructor Profile:
Michael Barrio

Michael Barrio
Communications & Brand Specialist, Leverage Point

Michael Barrio is a communications and public affairs specialist with extensive experience with the credit union, entertainment, and high-tech industries. He spent several years in Los Angeles, CA and gained extensive expertise in corporate human resources, organizational development & alignment, and media relations during his tenure at The Walt Disney Co. and Yahoo!, Inc. Michael also taught at New Mexico State University as an adjunct professor in Business & Professional Communication, Technical & Scientific Communication, Contemporary Identity Politics, and all levels of composition. He is passionate about professional and corporate ethics and remains a continuing Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Fellow and advocate.

Michael’s programs help organizations to assess, revitalize, and create proactive & creative media relations strategies that catalyze & maintain favorable reputation, and sound & effective incident communication platforms that mitigate reputational risk.

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