26 April 2018
Join us for our interactive breakfast seminar “Crisis Management – A best practice approach for protecting people, business and reputation following a crisis event”.
Join us at 8am for Breakfast and Networking. Seminar starts at 8.30am and lasts one hour.
Our speaker will focus on the key principles of managing a crisis.
- What does a crisis mean to your business?
- Prevention is better than cure: how to mitigate the risk of a crisis occurring
- What you can do in advance to be best prepared: building your crisis management capability
- The importance of effective crisis communications
- Post incident considerations
It is not possible to anticipate or prevent every adverse event, which is why every organisation should build a crisis management capability to respond effectively regardless
of what happens. A crisis management plan will help protect your organisation, reduce the impact of adverse events, protect your people, aid recovery, support business continuity and limit damage to your brand and reputation.
Who will benefit?
Directors and senior managers, representatives from Human Resources, Legal, Communications and any other personnel with crisis or incident management team responsibilities.
NYA has one of the largest specialist crisis response teams in the industry and experience of advising on over 100 incidents every year. These include traditional security problems as well as accidents and broader issues affecting our clients’ brand and reputation. NYA is retained by some of the world’s largest global special risks insurers.
NYA works regularly with world leading organisations in a range of industry sectors, which gives us a unique insight into issues that companies typically face when building their crisis management capability.
‘ It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. if you think about that, you’ll do things differently’. Warren Buffet
Our Speaker: Tess Baker, Director of Security & Crisis Consulting
Tess initially came from a background in public relations and has been working in the ‘special risks’ consulting field for nearly 20 years, formerly within the Crisis Management division of one of the world’s largest risk management services providers, before joining NYA in 2011. She also spent a number of years at a major medical and security assistance provider, where she headed up the Oil & Gas Services team in London.
In her capacity as Director of Security & Crisis Consulting, Tess advises corporations globally on crisis management capability development, crisis communications, security risk management, travel management, and other related services. Tess holds a BA (Hons) in German and English from Leeds University and is an ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP).
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