San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
According to a recent study, 71% of companies are concerned over social media risks, but only 36% provide employee training. During this workshop you will:
- Participate in an interactive tabletop exercise exploring how a crisis develops and how a business should and should not respond.
- Gain insights from real-life examples, and recommendations that you can apply to your own organization.
- Complete an in-depth self-assessment to gauge how prepared your company is for a crisis or interruption through social media.
Your company or organization's reputation, brand, legacy and profitability hang in the balance during a crisis. Doing the wrong thing can create a point of no return. And not having social media plans and policies in place could cripple a company in seconds and result in legal action.
Join Firestorm Principal Paige Rucker, as we look at real-life social media risk cases and explore tools and approaches to help you keep your people and property safe.
This workshop is underwritten by Pro356 Consulting and is provided at no-cost to you. In addition, attendees receive a 2-hour employee engagement or priority management workshop through Pro356 Consulting. Space is generously donated by Vulcan, Inc.
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Firestorm (www.firestorm.com) transforms crisis into value, and is a recognized leader in continuity services, crisis management, critical decision support, crisis communications, crisis public relations, and consequence management. Firestorm staff and Expert Council members, who include attorneys, engineers, physicians, law enforcement professionals, psychologists and many other talented individuals, bring hands-on planning and crisis expertise to its clients at the time when they need it most. Firestorm maintains an office network throughout the country to be responsive and accessible to its national and international roster of clients.