PANEL DISCUSSION TAKEAWAYS: Check out some great takeaways from The Publicity Club’s Best Practices in Crisis Communications panel moderated by Justine Griffin.
Monday night’s Best Practices in Crisis Communications panel organized by The Publicity Club of New England was a success.
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Are you interested in crisis communications? If so, please consider joining RBSCer Justine Griffin for a PubClub panel discussion on the Best Practices in Crisis Communications.
At this event, you’ll hear from leaders in public relations and investor relations who deal with these issues every day. From data breaches, to drug recalls, battles with shareholder activists, to over-sharing CEOs, the panel will focus on best practices in crisis communications and the impact of social media and the 24-hour news cycle on how we communicate.
• Justine Griffin, Principal and head of the issues management practice at Rasky Baerlein, @JustineGriffin
Reputation Management in the 24/7 Media Environment: Best Practices in Crisis Communications
As Warren Buffet famously said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” So why do so many well-established organizations and brands panic and make bad decisions when their reputation is at stake?
At this event, we’ll hear from leaders in public relations and investor relations who deal with these issues every day.
Topics addressed will include:
- The essential attributes of an effective crisis communications plan.
- How social media in a crisis situation can be a blessing and a curse.
- Creative ideas for managing challenging situations and personalities.
- Maureen T. Wolff, President and Partner at Sharon Merrill, @SMA_MWR
- Serena Ehrlich, Director of Social Media at BusinessWire, @Serena
- Robert Noonan, Chief of Public Safety, Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, @rpnoon11
When: Monday, January 13, 2014
6:00 p.m. – Dinner and Networking
6:30 p.m. – Program/Panel Discussion
Hotel 140, Lyric Stage Company of Boston Theater, 2nd Floor
Pub Club and PRSA Members – $45
Non-Members – $75
Pub Club Student Members (PRSSA Not Included) – Free
Student Non-Members – $25