Crisis Management Best Practices
Having some level of Crisis Management Best Practices taught to employees at all levels of an organization can achieve remarkable results with regard to improved crisis prevention and response. Brjn Crisis Management’s Best Practices training sessions range from full-day interactive workshops delivered in-person to two-hour virtual presentations, both of which can take a “train the trainers” approach.
Formal media training:
Helps you develop and refine key messages, to see “what really works” under the stress of simulated interviews (and good media trainers make you forget it’s simulated).
Optimizes your chances of achieving balanced coverage.
Improves skills that transfer to many other types of public speaking — e.g. community presentations, court testimony or testifying at hearings.
Allows you to identify who’s an effective spokesperson in general, and who, specifically, may be better for different types of interviews — TV, radio, print or online. And who, perhaps, should not be a spokesperson.
The company’s expertise in Internet-centered communications has been extended to media training as well, using webcams to conduct pre-media interview and/or refresher media training for clients anywhere in the world where there is a good broadband connection.