Crisis Management – Through the Digital Noise
One of the unspoken fears of every executive team is the adequacy of the response to
the cyber-attack, the toxic leak, the rogue employee, or the incident that threatens the integrity of the organization. How does a company come back from a disease outbreak
like Chipotle or a systemic failure like Volkswagen or Wells Fargo? Too many teams put off thinking about the unthinkable.
In this presentation, business teams learn today’s risks and how to prepare the entire organization to respond swiftly and professionally when disaster strikes. Through the examination of real-world case studies, learn actionable, implementable takeaways that will ensure your organization is crisis-ready.
- Learn how to filter through the noise, and rise above it
- Strategically leverage technology for today’s crisis management
- Maintain control of communication and messaging during a crisis
- Balance timeliness and accuracy in your crisis response
- Incorporate issues management as an integral part of your daily process
- Enable your team to know when and how to respond
- Understand and meet stakeholder expectations in real-time
- Develop a scalable, crisis-preparedness program
What Clients Say
“Captivating and elucidating”
- Franky Saegerman, NATO
“Melissa's thought-provoking presentation style spurred exceptional dialogue between the participants"
– Jeff Martin, The Dow Chemical Company
“Melissa is energetic, insightful and fun! I loved her session. It was one of the best of the CPRS National Summit this year. And all the sessions were tremendous, so this is high praise, well deserved.”
- Dr. Lydia Boyko, Conference Attendee
“Melissa Agnes brings innovation and freshness to the topic of crisis management”
- Conference Attendee, Ministry of Defence of R. of Macedonia
“Melissa’s Crisis Management for Healthcare seminar helped me understand the value of having a plan and preventing potential issues and crises. Thank you for helping us understand where we are and what we have to do next.”
- Sheikha Ibrahim Al Sheibany, Ministry of Health