New Training Dates in Johannesburg – Develop your Reputation Know-How
I have set new dates for my public training in Johannesburg.
These workshops range from How to Develop a Cyber Incident Response & Crisis Communication plan to How to Market Training Programs, Seminars and Consulting Services.
Check out the new dates, and catch the Early Bird registration pricing where you can.
Hope to see you there, and share learning experiences.
Crisis Capability Toolkit – Now available for Purchase
I have combined my Crisis Toolkit and the Training Materials of the Real-Time Crisis Management course in one Capability Toolkit at one special bundled price.
The Crisis Capability Toolkit is designed to give companies and managers the edge when developing crisis plans and teams, and will increase an organization’s Crisis Readiness Capability in a World where information flows in Nanoseconds. (Wikipedia defines capability as the ability to perform actions. As it applies to crisis management, capability is the sum of capacity and ability).
Get this bundle and become an in-house Crisis Management Trainer and Leader.
- Ever been asked to write and develop a Crisis plan or a Crisis Communication plan for your organization or a client?
- Ever been asked to train your Crisis Team members in the Art and Science of Crisis Leadership?
Where should you start? I believe that this Capability toolkit can be very helpful.
This practical guide and toolkit can help you write your own DIY Crisis Plan for your business, and develop a crisis readiness capability in your company.
For more information, click here
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