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How to be crisis ready not crisis prone….a workshop on crisis communication planning

How to be crisis ready not crisis prone….a workshop on crisis communication planning
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 12:30 to 14:00
CO3 Offices (34 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, BT2 7DB)

A crisis is the time when your organisation will be most under threat and therefore the time when you must hold most closely to your vision, mission and values.  Effective communication is central to helping you meet the crisis challenge and this CO3 session with specialist insurer Ecclesiastical and their partner, Teneo,  will share details of how best to communicate in a crisis.  The session will focus on the principles of predicting where an issue will arise, preparing for an issue and then successfully responding to an issue.

Our experience and research highlights that the organisations that recover most effectively are those that have an embedded culture of risk awareness combined with regular, comprehensive preparation for issues response. To help you prepare for a crisis we will use the session to focus on:

  1. Reviewing the risks in your organisation
  2. Crisis communication plan creation
  3. Crisis communication readiness and response through practice and preparation
     

Sponsored by Ecclesiastical Insurance


Date: Wednesday 25 April 2018

Time: 12.30pm - 2.00pm

Venue: CO3 Offices, 34 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, BT2 7DB

Cost: None

To register please email sarah@co3.bz or Tel: 028 90 245 356.
 


 

Alan Tyrrell, Managing Director, Teneo PSG

Alan Tyrrell is a Managing Director with Teneo PSG and leads the Teneo PSG Strategy team in Ireland which comprises the Public Affairs, Issues Management, Health, Technology, and Corporate Reputation practice areas.

As well as leading the development of the team, Mr. Tyrrell is one of Teneo PSG's lead practitioners in crisis communications and leads client assignments on transformational change, board level issues on governance, succession planning, M&A transactions, and leadership profiling. Mr. Tyrrell also works on corporate reputation campaigns for clients in the sectors of insurance, food, banking, retail and professional services, among others.

Prior to his role with Teneo PSG, Mr. Tyrrell held senior in-house communications roles with global financial services providers helping them to improve their corporate reputation in Ireland. In these roles, Mr. Tyrrell advised Senior Leadership Teams on the strategic communications and reputation aspects regarding ongoing commercial objectives, employee engagement, M&A, industrial relations, organisation change, media and stakeholder engagement, corporate responsibility and organisation culture.

Mr. Tyrrell holds a Masters in Strategic Management and has completed the Diploma in Company Direction with the Institute of Directors. He has lectured at Masters of Journalism level on the topic of Corporate Communications and is a non-Executive member of the Board of the Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation.