Sudbury 02.17.21 Lessons in Corporate Communications : A Survival Guide to Effective Employee Communication in Times of Crisis


Date and Time

Starts:02/17/2021 5:45 PM

Ends:02/17/2021 7:45 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 hours Pending Approval Hour(s)

Location:
ON24

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MEMBERS FREE I NON MEMBER $30

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Sudbury 02.17.21 Lessons in Corporate Communications : A Survival Guide to Effective Employee Communication in Times of Crisis

Transparent communication in times of crisis contributes to trust, commitment to the organization and is a key driver of engagement. While effective communication can improve productivity and performance, poor communication can lead to disengagement, or worse.

 Participants will learn:

1) What is crisis communications; 

2) The importance of employee/internal communication during a crisis; 

3) The role of Human Resources in crisis communication and management; 4) Best practices for employee/internal communication during a crisis.

Agenda

5:45 pm: Welcome and Introductions 

6:00 pm Speaker Presentation 

7:30 pm Questions 

7:45 pm Event Concludes


Speaker bio(s)
Lindsay Lane

Lindsay is the Manager of Marketing and Communications for NORCAT, the global leader in skilled labour training and innovation services focused on developing and delivering programs, services and resources that enhance productivity and safety in the global skilled labour industries. Bringing over ten years of diversified public relations, communications and marketing experience to the role, Lindsay uses her expertise to facilitate interdepartmental and external communications for NORCAT, positioning the brand as a world leader on the global stage. Lindsay has an Honour’s Bachelor Degree in Political Science from Western University in London, Ontario and a 3-year Advanced Diploma in Public Relations from Cambrian College in Sudbury, Ontario. Her topics of expertise include crisis communications, engaging with the media, digital communications and communication strategy.