How Leaders Manage Crisis, Change, and Communication

May 8, 2018 Milwaukee or May 9, 2018 Madison.

There’s one thing that is consistent in both business and life - change happens, and research shows 70 percent of organizations that implement it are not successful. You can change that outcome through active leadership and change management best practices.

Register now for this professional development seminar with media expert Katrina Cravy and change thought leader Jeff Chan to learn how to implement significant organizational change using new techniques and processes.

How You Will Benefit

  • Learn the four essential leadership practices required for successful organizational change
  • Learn how leaders need to work with key stakeholders – project teams, leaders and employees – to successfully drive change
  • Develop a strategic plan for information flow during a crisis
  • Learn how to establish trust, credibility, and rapport with reporters
  • Improve your confidence and ability to speak to large audiences

Why You Need a Crisis Communications Plan

Who should attend:

Leaders who manage and communicate change in your organization, and every professional who wants to improve communication and marketing skills to be ready when a change or crisis occurs and reporters start calling. Teams will benefit by creating key messaging, crisis management scenarios, and improving their speaking techniques.


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Each spring and fall thought leaders from different industries across the Midwest meet for a half-day of learning, peer networking, and thought-provoking conversations. Join us!

What topic areas and speakers would you like to learn from? Let us know or call 800-292-8964.

Fluno Center
Wisconsin School of Business
Center for Professional and Executive Development
601 University Ave
Madison, WI 53715
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. U.S. CT
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