Thu, Nov 29 | Quinnipiack Club/The Q Club

How to Be Prepared for the Unexpected

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How to Be Prepared for the Unexpected

Time & Location

Nov 29, 2018, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Quinnipiack Club/The Q Club, 221 Church St, New Haven, CT 06510, USA

About the Event

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Join us for How to Be Prepared for the Unexpected, a professional development seminar brought to you free of charge by your PRSA CT Chapter.

Effective crisis management in the new media era is defined not only by your message, but by the speed with which you deliver it. And a single misstep in the moments following a crisis can prove impossible to overcome later. In short, it’s often not the crisis itself, but the way the crisis is handled, that determines success or failure.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Doug Pinkham

President of the Public Affairs Council, Washington, D.C.

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Moderator - Hilary Fussell Sisco

Associate Professor of Strategic Communication at Quinnipiac University

Panelist - Kent Jarrell, APCO Worldwide

Executive Director and Global Crisis & Litigation Communication Practice Lead

Panelist - Paul Vance, Connecticut State Police

Retired Lieutenant, Public Information Officer, and Member of Governor-Elect Ned Lamont's Transition Team

Panelist - Joan Huwiler, Post University

Director of Communications at Post University

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