What if a crisis is a matter of when, not if? What if it’s unpredictable but inevitable? What can you do to make sure you expect the unexpected?
Amanda Coleman is one person who knows how to stay calm in a crisis. As head of corporate communications at Greater Manchester Police, Amanda has been through some challenging times, including last year’s Manchester Arena terrorist attack, the murder of police officers in 2012, the August 2011 riots and the death of a former chief constable.
From unexpected events that resonate around the world to local matters that affect ordinary people, Amanda has a wealth of experience in crisis comms and has learned valuable lessons from every crisis she’s been through. We’re delighted to say that Amanda will share these lessons with you on an exclusive webinar on Tuesday, 26 June.
Webinar: Crisis Comms – Lessons from Greater Manchester Police
Date: Tuesday 26 June 2018
Time: 11:00 am BST
In this webinar you will learn:
- Best practice when a crisis strikes
- Why your comms needs to continue after the crisis
- How you can prepare so your organisation is never caught out
Amanda has over 25 years’ experience across journalism and communications, with the last 18 years spent in senior comms roles within the police service. She recently spoke about ‘communicating in an age of terror’ at the World Public Relations Forum and is keen to promote best practice for the entire comms industry.
If you work in PR or communications and have to deal with crises, or perhaps a crisis is yet to strike, then this is the perfect webinar for you – helping you prepare for the unexpected.