3 March 2022
Optimise your in-house crisis management planning, compliance, cyber security, and communication strategies for effective prevention, response and recovery from crisis.
I gained invaluable insights - the conference was very well organised and the speakers were highly knowledgeable in their respective fields.
Who will you meet?
Designed by and for the in-house crisis management community:
Heads of Crisis Management, C-level Executives, Managing Directors, Heads of Corporate and Public Affairs, Communications, Senior Counsel, Risk Managers, Compliance Officers, Business Continuity Specialists
Financial Services, Telecommunications, Media, Consumer Goods, Energy, Construction, Publishing, IT Services and more
Countries including the UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland and Bermuda
3 March 2022
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2021 highlights included:
The evolving crisis landscape; Outlook for 2021
- How have different sectors responded and adapted to crises in 2020? Lessons learned
- How are risks evolving in response to the pandemic?
- How have fundamental behaviours and business landscapes changed for good?
- Assessing the risks most relevant to your business and your current level of resilience in different scenarios
- Detecting oncoming shifts or tensions that could lead to crisis
Implementing successful crisis management and business continuity plans
- Prevention mode; identifying and addressing signs of potential crisis before they escalate
- Practical strategies; successful training and preparation before an event
- Planning cross departments, divisions and global offices
- Aligning your crisis response to BAU operations
- How do third parties come into play? Challenges and opportunities
Live scenario; in the eye of the storm. Key challenges amid crises and how to respond
- Thought-experiment scenario; how would your company respond to the proposed crisis?
- What causes companies to handle crises poorly?
- Inability to act in the way that is needed at the right time
- Lack of clarity around processes and responsibilities
- Difficulty getting through to the CEO; securing critical support from the Board
- How to respond in a ‘worst-case scenario’ crisis
Optimising crisis communications in the era of fake news and trial by social media
- Managing a crisis that plays out on social media; best practice
- Developing robust media strategies
- Successfully utilising internal and external communications channels during a crisis
- Managing complaints and reducing loss of customers, partnerships and employees
Managing climate-related risks and crises
- Planning for and responding to increasing safety, reputational, regulatory and financial risks posed by climate change
- Mounting pressure for companies to practice transparency, accountability and active commitments to tackling climate change
- Effective communication and disclosure around environmental impact, sustainability measures
Successful recovery; bolstering future resilience post-crisis
- How can your company benefit in the wake of a crisis?
- Identifying and tackling areas for improvement in the crisis management life cycle
- Enhancing your competitive edge and resilience against future shocks
- How to build and re-gain stakeholder trust