Effective crisis response creates a powerful competitive advantage; ineffective crisis response puts organizations at significant competitive disadvantage. In this full-day workshop, internationally-renowned crisis expert and professor Helio Fred Garcia will cover best practices in effective crisis response. You will learn the predictable patterns of crises, what works and what doesn’t and why, and how to get management buy-in to decisions that are often resisted by lawyers and other business advisers. You also will learn how to establish a crisis response capability and how to plan for the unforeseen. You will learn about:
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Helio Fred Garcia, executive director, Logos Institute
For more than 30 years, Garcia has helped leaders and public relations professionals build trust, inspire loyalty and lead effectively. He has worked with clients in dozens of countries on six continents. He has been on the NYU faculty since 1988, and teaches crisis management in NYU’s executive MBA program, and crisis communication in NYU’s MS in PR/CorpComm program. He is also on the leadership faculty of the Master’s in Advanced Studies in Crisis Management & Security Policy at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. Garcia is currently the executive director at the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership.
Adam Tiouririne, senior fellow, Logos Institute
Tiouririne has led the development of crisis management structures, the execution of crisis preparation war games and the education of senior leaders for organizations around the world. As a Bloomberg contributor, he analyzes the 2016 presidential election for Bloomberg Politics, and his research on the language of leadership also has been featured in Foreign Policy and Politico. He is a regular guest lecturer in the MBA and Masters in PR programs at his alma mater, New York University.
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