Communicating ethically should be a priority for organisations. But during a crisis, the stakes are higher, and the ethical challenges of communicating both accurately and strategically can be complex.
When it comes to a crisis communications, do you have time to explore the ethical dimensions? How do you balance the sometimes conflicting advice of legal, communications and ethics professionals while your organisation’s reputation implodes?
- What happens when a former employee complains on social media that your company promotes culture of bullying?
- What happens when an NGO takes up his complaint?
- Social media comments now spreads to the wider media and you potentially have a reputation crisis on your hands.
Join us for an interactive session led by Kate Hartley from Polpeo. Polpeo (www.polpeo.com
) is a crisis simulation tool, which simulates a crisis breaking and unfolding over digital and social media.
You will be in charge of your organisation’s reputation as the crisis unfolds during ‘anti-bullying week’.
Spaces are limited, but you are welcome to bring along a member of your communications team to explore ethics and crisis communications for what promises to be a fast moving IBE event.
Once the crisis is averted, join us for festive mince pies and networking.
Please note that places are given on a first come first served basis – max. 2 registrations per organisation, if you’d like to register for extra places please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SPEAKER: Interactive session led by Kate Hartley, Polpeo
TIME: 15:00 – 17:00
TYPE: Festive event
OPEN TO: All
LOCATION: 24 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1BE