Heroes and Villains: How to recover or secure your reputation
November 2021: With the fast pace at which a crisis can unfold in the digital age, heroes can quickly become villains during the aftermath, leaving you to rebuild the pieces of your reputation
In a free-to-attend webinar on December 7, 2021 at 10:30hrs, Amanda Coleman will share how to rebuild reputations after a crisis and the five steps to recovery for when you are looking ahead to what's next.
With over 20 years’ experience in crisis communication, including leading the police communication response to the 2017 Manchester Arena terror attack, Amanda Coleman is an experienced specialist when it comes to crisis communication and rebuilding reputation for organisations like emergency services.
Areas covered in the webinar include: How to approach rebuilding your reputation; what techniques you can use; and the steps you need to take towards reputation recovery.
The webinar is aimed at senior leaders within organisations, heads of communication, heads of digital and social media managers.
You can sign up for the webinar for free, here. And don't worry if you are unable to make it to the live session, you will be sent a link to watch the recording at your leisure after the session.
For more information, e-mail the organisers here
About Amanda Coleman
Amanda is a Crisis Communication Consultant and Former Head of Corporate Communications for Greater Manchester Police.
Amanda Coleman Communication Ltd is a specialist crisis communication and reputation management consultancy run by Amanda. She has more than 20 years’ experience in crisis communication, which included leading the police communication response to the Manchester Arena terrorist attack in 2017.
Her first book, Crisis Communication Strategies, was published in May 2020 by Kogan Page. Amanda is a Chartered PR practitioner, Fellow of the CIPR and PRCA and a trainer for the PRCA. She is a senior associate at the Centre for Crisis and Risk Communication and an advisor for the Resilience Advisors Network.