25th June 2020
Webinar Wednesdays: Crisis communications and media management
This July, Navigate Response hosted a brand-new Wednesday Webinar series focused on maritime crisis communications.
These 20-minute bite-sized sessions covered the key aspects of communicating effectively in a crisis.
You can now catch all the action in one place, and view the replays of our events below.
Was there something we didn't cover that you want to know? Drop us an email here.
Replay: How to manage social media during an incident
On 1 July, Tom Adams, Crisis Response Manager, Navigate Response talked through some of the key considerations for managing social media during an incident, and the practical steps you can be taking right now to improve your crisis communications response.
Download Tom's presentation slides here.
Replay: The intricacies of responding to an incident in the US
On 8 July, Dustin Eno, COO & Crisis Response Manager, Navigate Response gave us an insight into some of the added elements to expect when responding to an incident in the USA and helping us to define what our communications role is in any response.
Download Dustin's presentation slides here.
Replay: How to communicate with employees during difficult times
On 15 July, we welcomed Sean Fitzgerald, Managing Director at Witt O'Brien's who talked us through some of the common pitfalls to avoid when communicating with one of your most important audiences: your own personnel.
Download Sean's presentation slides here.
Replay: Building and maintaining a strong brand
On 22 July, Nicolle Bloomfield, Senior Account Manager, Navigate PR walked us through the steps communications teams can take to help build and maintain a strong corporate brand - making your reputation more resilient in a crisis.
Download Nicolle's presentation slides here.
Replay: The essential components of a crisis communications plan
On 29 July, in the final event of our July series, Dustin Eno and Tom Adams, Crisis Response Managers, Navigate Response discussed some of the key components of a crisis communications plan, and gave some practical advice on where you can start to improve your communications resiliency.
Download the slides here.