CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS - TECHNIQUES FOR COMMUNICATING WITH CONSTITUENTS, THE MEDIA, AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
MARCH 22, 2013
CEU’s: CMFO/CCFO-4.0 OFF MGMT/ANC; CPWM-4.0MGMT; RMC-4.0 PROF DEVEL
Whether the crisis is a natural disaster, security emergency, a leadership vacuum, or any loss that impacts an entire community, understanding the basic approach to crisis communication will help you limit damage. Learn who you should communicate with; what methods of communication work best; what techniques are appropriate or inappropriate; what to do when communication technology fails; who should deliver messages to various stakeholders – and more.
Lt. Thomas Scardino , Assistant Bureau Chief, Emergency Preparedness Bureau Emergency Management Section; Homeland Security Branch, NJ State Police
Joe Ryan, Public Information Officer, Bayonne
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