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Crisis communication plans: What we can learn from airplane pilots
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Crisis communication plans: What we can learn from airplane pilots

About this Webinar

How a business reacts to a developing crisis will be determined by the decisions made by its people. Communication consultant and coach Rob Shimmin identifies six ‘human-factor’ stages he’s observed through his crisis management career. As a keen pilot he’ll draw corporate parallels to decisions made in just two minutes of crisis facing a P51 Mustang pilot. Communicators, strategists and anyone interested in the behavior of humans under pressure will improve their response to future crises by joining this webinar.

Take-aways:

  • Why not all crises are immediately obvious
  • People revert to type under pressure
  • Why optimism will kill you faster than pessimism

Speaker

Rob Shimmin

Rob Shimmin

CEO, Comms Consultant and Coach

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