Ten Best Practices for Communication & Continuity During Mega-Disasters
Presented By: Timothy Tinker and Tony Dorsey
Urgent and catastrophic events, whether man-made or naturally occurring, dramatically change the rules of communication for Booz Allen's government, commercial, and not-for-profit clients. Anything less than full anticipation, preparation, and practice can jeopardize their credibility with employees, the media, and the general public. Worse, it can result in disrupted operations, harm strategic relationships, and cause irreparable damage to reputations. Equipped with basic tools and techniques, however, Booz Allen helps clients across all markets effectively anticipate potential crises, and prepare and practice their system-wide communication responses. Attend this event to hear about a three-part strategy for assessing the threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences of high-stress, high-concern events and their implications for communications and continuity. This strategy can address public concerns, establish trust, and mitigate concern.
--Communicating scientific & technical information
--Understanding the media's needs & frustrations
--Delivering messages that matter
You can attend this event in person or through remote connection. Details for physical location and remote connection will be sent to registered attendees.