(FREE Recording & Presentation) Is it Too Soon to Talk About Ebola Crisis Communications Strategies?

Ebola Crisis Communications Planning: On-Demand Webinar & Presentation

 

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A week ago every business, hospital, school, and public agency in Dallas would have said, maybe we need to put this on our to-do list to maybe tackle in the future.

Today an affected patient is dead and at least 14 institutions are having to send spokespeople before the media. Some are already seeing the impact to their reputation and revenue.

It happens that fast.

Is it too soon to talk about Ebola Crisis Communications strategies? Crisis communications expert Gerard Braud says, "Why wait."

 

Key Takeaways

 

You will learn:
1. Realities about the risk to your corporate reputation and revenue
2. Lessons on having a meaningful conversation with your CEO and executives
3. Shocking truths about why your company could be suddenly impacted
4. Secrets to making your efforts on this crisis go a long way toward preparing for future crises

Plus, we will take your questions live.

 

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Gerard Braud

Media Relations Expert

Organizations on 5 continents rely on Gerard Braud (Jared Bro) to be their expert for media training and crisis communications plans. This self-confessed “News Junkie” has spent 15 years as a frontline journalist and 20 years as a media trainer and crisis communications experts. Braud believes you have a choice to either manipulate the media or be manipulated by them. He has appeared on television more than 5,000 times and been quoted in more than 500 publications around the world. His news reports have been seen on CNN, HLN, CBS, NBC, The Weather Channel and the BBC.


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2 Comments

  1. Cynthia Price on October 15, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    Will there be a playback of the presentation? I have a possible conflict.



    • fays on October 15, 2014 at 2:36 pm

      Hi Cynthia,
      Yes. The webinar will be available on demand later on Friday.