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Crisis communication: showing the communications function at its strategic best

So much of a crisis response is judged by the communications: this, after all, is how stakeholders hear about what has happened, what the organisation at the heart of the crisis is doing to respond, and how it feels about it. No crisis should be managed without communications at the top table.

Although a crisis is a time of high pressure and scrutiny for the communications function, it is also an opportunity for it to be shown at its best.

At PR Week’s Crisis Communications Conference on Tuesday 13 June, Regester Larkin by Deloitte Partner, Andrew Griffin, will discuss the criticality of communications in a crisis and explore how the function can demonstrate its strategic value at a time of acute reputation risk.
For friends of Regester Larkin by Deloitte, Haymarket is offering 10% off the normal ticket price. Please use discount code SPS111 when registering.

To register and for further information on the conference, visit the PR Week website: http://www.prweek.com/uk/crisis-communications.