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The Garry W. Morden Centre

7535 Ninth Line Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 7C3

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This two presenter* awareness session allows employers to see where they are in terms of wellness programs, next reasonable steps and the implications of non-action, and how to justify the costs of a proactive approach. Resilience, the National Standard for Psychological Safety in the Workplace, Leadership Communication, WSIB and PTSD are explored.

The second session explores best practices in internal and external crisis communication.During any crisis situation, knowing how to communicate effectively, both internally and externally, is key. While there are many ways to communicate during an emergency, both traditional and social media are the most effective ways of pushing out information quickly to as many people as possible during a crisis.This half-day session, delivered by a former journalist and now award-winning crisis consultant, covers everything you need to know to communicate effectively during a crisis, through slide presentations, case studies, videos, open discussion and group activities. By the end of the workshop, participants will: understand the importance of communicating quickly and effectively during an emergency; recognize common mistakes when dealing with the media and learn how to avoid them; and be able to speak confidently to the media and the public.

Lunch (Vegitarian option) and refreshements provided.

Who should attend:
Human Resources specialists, Emergency Planners, Public Safety Sector supervisory/management staff, present and future leaders in government and education.
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The Garry W. Morden Centre

7535 Ninth Line Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 7C3

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