2020 is barely halfway over and to say we have faced a lot is an understatement. You’ve dealt with cancellations, social justice proclamations, misinformation, and more.
But those communications teams who already had a crisis communications protocol in place were in the best position to move forward no matter what came their way.
They are always ready for things like:
- a member of their staff or board acting inappropriately
- their organization’s financial decisions or practices being called into question
- external events, such as the George Floyd murder, where they need to consider taking a public stand
- Pandemics and other disasters
At some point your nonprofit will face a defining moment where it will be essential to provide clear, timely messaging to not only your supporters, but to the media and the public as well.
Are you ready? Or will you be floundering with who should say what and when and where?
Tomorrow’s BRAND NEW WEBINAR – with the authors of Modern Media Relations for Nonprofits: Creating an Effective PR Strategy for Today’s World – is designed to help you get ready for any scenario that comes your way – whether it’s an employee who posted something horrible on social media or a worldwide pandemic.
60-Minute Webinar with Antionette Kerr and Peter Panepento
Thursday, August 13, 2020
1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern (10:00 – 11:00 am Pacific)
(You can also attend this webinar and every other training webinar for the next 365 days with an All-Access Training Pass.)
Can’t make it live? Registrants will have access to the recordings for two weeks, but you must sign up before we close registration at 12:45 pm ET the day of the event. We do not sell recordings after an event has started.
Join us tomorrow, August 13th for this new one-hour webinar as we show you how to develop a crisis communications protocol so you can manage your communications effectively and with integrity – even during adverse conditions.
You will learn how to:
- Identify the key members of your crisis communications team
- Prepare your crisis team for how to react and communicate during a crisis
- Create a process for issuing statements, managing media outreach, and monitoring social media during a crisis
- Communicating with your staff, board, and other key constituents