In the Isentia Conversations webinar this month we are talking about disruption in the finance sector, with apps and social media platforms shifting the balance of power.
Good internal communications policies and processes are vital to support any organisation’s operations and goals - be it a commercial business, a not-for-profit, or a public sector entity. The practical workshop will draw strongly on participants’ own communications experiences and issues, with opportunities to resolve specific examples of Internal Comms challenges faced by those taking part.
This one-day workshop balances both the theory and practice involved in identifying and managing issues and crisis situations. The course will enable you to understand appropriate actions before, during and after a major incident as well as provide strategies around communications planning and practical guidance on working with the media and broader aspects of communication in times of crisis.
With cyber security breaches a $40m issue for NZ businesses and with the increase in business email compromise, phishing and credential harvesting for the financial sector, FMG wanted a behaviour change campaign that would empower its people to drive real change, while actively reducing FMG’s risks of a cyberattack
Measurement and evaluation are core components of professional public relations practice, yet it remains a challenge for most practitioners - perhaps due to lack of time, budget or knowledge of current models and tools. This session provides you with everything you need to know about applying measurement and evaluation in context to your specific requirements. Basically, it helps you get savvy about demonstrating the value of your public relations activity.
Come along to hear how Accor and other hotels tackled this very problem when they became MIQ isolation facilities in the fight against COVID-19. Accor’s unique approach, the ‘Thanks from Iso’ exhibition which will be showing at the Waikato Museum from September, was designed to help recognize the sacrifice of staff and make the experience real for other Kiwis