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About every month you will have new content to read, listen to, and watch. Some months you may want to post a checklist, article, diagram, or other content on your bulletin board. On other occasions you may want staff to fill in the checklists. Sometimes you may want staff to gather around on a Friday afternoon or “lunch and learn session” to hear or watch content. I’ll be posting some commentaries on the issues of the day. A few times a year you’ll receive an exclusive invitation to attend our video webinars, during which you can ask questions directly of experts, news makers, and thought leaders. If you miss the live webinar, we’ll make sure you receive a copy.
Environ chaque mois, vous aurez un nouveau contenu à lire, à écouter et à regarder. Certains mois, vous voudrez peut-être afficher une liste de vérification, un article, un diagramme ou un autre contenu sur votre bulletin de bord. En d'autres occasions, vous voudrez peut-être que le personnel remplisse les listes de contrôle. Il se peut que vous souhaitiez que le personnel se réunisse le vendredi après-midi ou qu'il assiste à un déjeuner d’informations pour écouter ou regarder le contenu.
Learn at your own pace. Learn where you learn best. Go back and review, or skip forward if you already know some content. Learn with a colleague or friend. We’re making on line learning work for you. This course tackles the most challenging aspect of communication, government relations, and crisis response. That’s media relations.
Manchester, 9/11, Oklahoma City, Boston Bombing, Toronto’s gang of 17, Commercial Union Bombing, the Glasgow Airport Attack, London’s 7/7 bombings, van attacks, truck attacks—there is a way to prepare and respond.
These three books are a result of 30 years of research and working in the field. Working in the field means responding to air crashes, workplace disputes, inquests, cyber breaches, writing dozens of crisis plans, and handling countless crises on the front pages of newspapers and lead stories in newscasts. Research means reading and analyzing 100 urban emergency plans from three continents. Get the whole story. Get the broad perspective.
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