Whether it’s a natural disaster impacting your institution or a crisis triggered by research misconduct from a leading faculty member, you need to be prepared. The situation could be a tornado, flood, bombing, research misconduct, misappropriated funds, the scandal of the week or a scandal you are not aware of yet. This session will better prepare both administrators and researchers to plan for and deal with a variety of disasters and crisis communication situations.
You can’t rely solely on your institution’s facilities and communications departments. Your preparation, in conjunction with your institution’s other departments, can make a significant difference in the outcome of a crisis. You will leave with specific tools to assist in being prepared to respond to a crisis.
This is for “those who are Crisis Managers, whether they want to be or not,” because you still have a role in planning for and supporting the institution’s response. This session will give a broad overview and some specific tools.
Provide research administrators with tools, techniques and a process for planning for and possibly dealing with disasters and crisis communications.
Learn from case studies and possible scenarios on how to plan, prepare and respond.
Membership Discount not offered to Affiliate Members