Crisis & Reputation: Public Relations Training

Programs include managing relationships for crisis planning and response, reputation management, issues management, risk management, community relations, customer relations, corporate social responsibility, ethics and trust-related topics.

On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Corporate Reputation Management (RM) is a concept at the core of the Communication’s profession — one that has matured into a management discipline over the past 20 years that extends beyond traditional domain of the function. As it has matured and expanded into the realm of business strategy and corporate governance, Communicators are seen as the go-to experts inside their organizations. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Aside from Communications, only the CEO role is structured to care more about Corporate Reputation. Participants will gain perspectives about the increasing pressures facing today’s businesses and its leadership. This module will provide practical tips for framing issues about the company, winning CEO support and partnering with senior leadership to strengthen your organization’s Reputation. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Fitting Reputation into an org. structure can be difficult. In this module, participants will hear from an executive who has managed the evolution while also tying together the concepts of Corporate Reputation, Corporate Brand and Corporate Responsibility. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Google “Reputation Management” and you’ll quickly learn that SEO companies have hijacked the term for “ORM”, rather than the strategic management discipline. At the same time, new digital and social tools present the greatest threat (and opportunity) for your organization’s Reputation. In this module, participants will explore how to connect the dots from an exec who has led the way. On-Demand
One of the best ways to help your organization understand Reputation is through quantification. This module will explore how to be pragmatic, targeted and actionable when you bring measurement to your organization. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Too often, Corporate Reputation and Corporate Responsibility are disconnected. In this module, participants will hear from an executive who has seen the evolution and can demonstrate the links among Corporate Reputation, Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder engagement. Additionally, this module will further explain to participants a path forward of how to set the vision for their organization. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Since 1989, the leadership team at Heyman Associates has built a reputation as trusted advisors to CEOs by focusing on one thing and doing it well. From the start, they have immersed themselves in one profession: communications and public affairs. This module will discuss the importance of focusing on building an evolved skill set as you plan the next steps of your career as a Reputation Champion. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
Managing across divisions and geographies can be challenging. This module offers tips and techniques for winning support of your programs across all management levels. Participants will learn how to align business objectives, build stakeholder relationships, address operational issues and enhance their organizations’ reputation. On-Demand
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
In the wake of unprecedented, high-profile and devastating corporate crises, Reputation Risk has emerged as the No.1 most important strategic risk for every organization. CEOs and Boards need someone to tackle these risks for them — with more than just a crisis management plan. Communicators have an opportunity to meet this need for leadership by implementing a low-tech, high-touch, cross-functional process that gives senior management confidence that Reputation Risk is well-managed. On-Demand
A Low-Tech, High-Touch, Cross-Functional Approach
On-Demand Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
CEOs and boards cite Reputation Risk as their highest priority; and they don’t feel their organization is prepared to handle it. More importantly, headlines have taught them that they need more than just a crisis plan. In fact, they may be realizing that proactive Reputation Management is needed. What can a communicator do specifically to address this gap and find new ways to mitigate Reputation Risk? On-Demand
Stakeholders expect companies to do more than obey the rules — they want your organization to be a force for positive change. Learn about who’s doing it well, with a focus on companies who have put real dollars into positive, aggressive Reputation Management recently. How can you convince leadership to stay proactive in a world where sticking your neck out is scarier than ever? On-Demand
When everyday business decisions seem to generate more reputation risk scenarios, where can leaders turn for positive stories? Learn how leading organizations are turning CSR and Sustainability into pillars of Reputation Risk Mitigation. CSR and Sustainability are moving from the sidelines into core business strategy — what does this mean for Communications strategy? How do you go from Sustainability reporting to a more integrated approach to telling your organization’s story? On-Demand
Some argue that Reputation Risk Management and Crisis Management are the same thing. They are not, and the differences are important. Learn how Crisis Management must be a critical component of Reputation Risk Management and how integrated planning can enable organizations to shift from a purely reactive to a fully proactive stance. Find out how to use your Crisis Plan to create the business case for actions that directly impact Reputation Risk. On-Demand
How often do we hear about the instant response required of organizations in crisis? How many organizations still put crisis plans in a binder at headquarters? Learn how continuous Reputation Risk Management and sophisticated Crisis Communications can enable the most decentralized organizations to manage crisis in real time. Learn from a communications leader who has implemented a solution that changes a decentralized trade association into an efficient and effective crisis team. On-Demand
The worst (and so most memorable) Reputation Risk events of the past few years are easily traced back to bad decision making by individuals. What if they each had a full understanding of the consequences of their actions? Maybe they’d have done things differently. Learn new ways to instill that in your organization from one that does it through a focus on internal culture. Discover specific actions to take as a communicator to encourage better decision making in your organization. On-Demand
May 10–June 28, 2017 | Live Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
As Corporate Reputation Management has expanded into the realm of business strategy and corporate governance, communicators are seen as the go-to experts on the subject inside their organizations. To equip management-level communicators with best practices, an advanced perspective and resources to meet the C-suite’s changing expectations for Reputation Leadership, this brand-new professional development offering is designed as a certificate-of-completion program.

The live, online series of eight modules will launch on May 10, 2017 and run through June 28, 2017, airing consecutive Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. EDT. All modules will be recorded so that participants can review them after the live date. Registrants will earn a certificate-of-completion and digital badge for their LinkedIn profile and resume.

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Nov. 1–Dec. 13, 2017 | Live Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
This brand new professional development offering is designed as a certificate of completion program to equip management-level communicators with best practices in industry perspectives and sharing resources to work through various crises.

The live, online series of six modules will launch on Nov. 1, 2017 and run through Dec. 13, 2017, airing consecutive Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. EST. (Note: No program on Nov. 22) All modules will be recorded so that participants can review them after the live date. Registrants will earn a certificate-of-completion and digital badge for their LinkedIn profile and resume.
May 16–June 20, 2018 | Live Online Course
Category: Crisis & Reputation
The Reputation Risk Management (RRM) Certificate Program is designed to equip management-level communicators with advanced perspective, best practices and a practical, implementation-ready approach to managing Reputation Risk.
April 4, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Can you provide a knowledgeable response about using research in your organization planning process? Can you explain the difference between primary and secondary research? Do you have a format for developing and writing a public relations plan? This session will discuss research concepts and applications by using a variety of research tools to gather information about the employer or client, industry and relevant issues. Participants will learn formal, informal, quantitative and qualitative methods for developing a plan and setting goals based on research findings.
April 11, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Do you understand how to integrate the plan and implementation of your organization’s communication activities with its vision, objectives and strategy? Do you know how to evaluate and report that implementation process for its efficiency and effectiveness? This session will explore the implementation and evaluation of public relations and communication program goals and objectives; to include the sequence of events required to develop successful timelines and budgets executing planned strategies within an overall plan.
April 18, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Are you prepared to help your organization identify, manage and measure risks in a highly networked and volatile world? This session will help you prioritize and manage a crisis and consider the process for dealing with a crisis.
April 25, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Think about the various roles and functions within nonprofit, not-for-profit and for-profit companies. Could you ask intelligent questions about business structure — sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations? Can you identify ROI for public relations activities in your organization? Are you aware of laws and guidelines for public reporting of annual reports or income statements? This session will discuss ways to motivate and inspire others to build coalitions and communicate vision within an organization.
May 2, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Are you prepared to provide your organization leadership with the necessary tools, tactics and processes required to manage key stakeholder relationships? In this session participants will learn the importance of relationship building among key stakeholders (both internal and external) to find mutually acceptable solutions.
May 9, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Are you prepared for the role of your organization’s “moral compass” in its relationship with its varied stakeholders? In this session, you will discuss the importance of standards for professional behavior in communications; recognizing ethical dilemmas and legal considerations as they may affect the organization’s decision-making process.
Oct. 30–Dec. 11, 2019 | Live Online Course
Categories: Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Emerging Trends, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management, Measurement & ROI, Media Relations, Social Media, Techniques & Tactics
Effective crisis communication can help organizations maintain trust, inspire consumer confidence and build competitive advantage. As recent poorly handled crises in business, government and nonprofits show how ineffective crisis communication can set an organization back significantly. To provide more education and understanding surrounding crisis communication, PRSA has re-developed the Crisis Communication Certificate Program. Designed as a certificate of completion program, the Crisis Communication Certificate Program will equip management-level communicators with best practices in industry perspectives by sharing resources and ideas and working through various crises. Helio Fred Garcia;
The Reputation Edition
Case in Point Replay
Categories: Crisis & Reputation, Social Media

PayPal is flipping the funnel and using its owned media to engage others in a conversation about their core values and brand. When PayPal spun off from eBay in 2015, it rebranded itself and redefined its corporate values. Realizing the value of driving the narrative, PayPal became its own media company, creating innovative programs and campaigns to engage global audiences. How is PayPal able to generate millions of viewers to its owned programming? Join us for this special Case in Point focused on Reputation.

Amanda Coffee;
On-Demand Webinar
Categories: Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Techniques & Tactics
Included with PRSA Membership.
How can a lost password somewhere in Siberia cause you a PR headache in the U.S.? Why is every manager terrified of the Ides of March in China? And can you picture a situation in which you as a crisis communicator write the words “have a truck full of money ready”? These true stories will open your eyes to how an issue far away can ignite into an international PR crisis — and offer ideas for how to extinguish it. Asen Geshakov,MA; On-Demand

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