The Roles and Responsibilities of Chairs and Trustees in Responding to a Crisis
If and when a crisis hits, time is the enemy, not the media. You must respond quickly, yet carefully. While we can’t predict most crises, you can take important steps in advance to be as prepared as possible. This session, facilitated by PR Consultant Nick Garbutt, will address the most crucial steps to take during a crisis including the balancing act of when, what and how to communicate in crisis times. Managing the media can be difficult and create more stress to an already stressful time. We will look at proven management techniques and communication guidelines that will help you. A crisis will eventually go away. HOW it goes away is what matters.
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About Nick Garbutt
Nick Garbutt has been at the cutting edge of journalism, public relations and new media for longer than he cares to remember.
He is one of the best respected PR practitioners and media commentators in Northern Ireland and is a former editor of the Irish News, deputy editor of the Belfast Telegraph and head of corporate affairs, Europe for National Australia Bank.
A digital pioneer Nick founded the multi-award winning Belfast Telegraph online website back in 1996. He has recently completed his professional diploma in social media marketing.