February 21, 2017
- The Derrick Golf & Winter Club
3500 119 Street Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta T6J 5P5
Communication is easy when things are going well. But have you thought about how your organization would communicate and manage in a crisis situation? While not all crises are as dramatic as the wildfires in Northern Alberta, almost every organization will have a time when things have not gone the way you’ve anticipated.
Come join us for a panel discussion and pick up tips about what you need to do to plan for communicating during a crisis and managing your organization safely through to the other side.
Want some starter tips?
Protect and respect people first – manage communications second
‘No comment’ is permission for media to fill in the blanks themselves
Risk assessment is the first step to crisis management
8:30 – Breakfast
9:00 – 11:00 Panel Discussion
11:00 – 12:00 Networking
Jasmine Fulks, BA, MCPsych, provides counseling services to individuals who experience difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, self-esteem, self-confidence, relationships, anger management and life transitions. Her supervisory experience has made her particularly aware of the challenges facing today’s employees both at home and in the workplace.
Carmen Wyton, Ripple Enterprises is an executive leader with more than 20 years experience working in the non-profit and private sector. She has dealt with issues related to vulnerable populations, travelled abroad with teams, and provided leadership to communications through a variety of urgent, unexpected and complex issues. She will provide insights about planning for potential crisis, managing critical priorities, and communications during the crisis, and follow up.