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Through the COVID-19 crisis, many organizations have learned they were not as prepared as they thought to work remotely or in alternative arrangements. Perhaps they didn’t have access to critical materials, or communication between employees and leadership was hindered – business as they knew it changed seemingly overnight.
COVID-19 has proven that no business is immune to a crisis. And in a world that relies on constant access to technology, it’s imperative to understand the tools available to assist with crisis management.
WordWrite is teaming up with creators of the #1 app for crisis management, RockDove Solutions, to host an informative webinar exploring how to marry traditional crisis techniques with the latest technology to keep your company prepared for what lies ahead.
Now is the right time to set up a mobile-accessible playbook for your people. And though the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic lingers in its waning days, we’re here to help you plan for the return to work and any resurgence.
During this one-hour webinar:
Paul’s passion for storytelling inspired him to form WordWrite. His book, “Finding Your Capital S Story, Why Your Story Drives Your Brand,” will publish this fall. The book explains the importance of the Capital S Story – the most important story of all for companies and organizations, the one that answers the questions of why someone would buy from you, work for you, invest in you or partner with you. The book builds on WordWrite’s trademarked storytelling process, StoryCrafting℠.
Christopher Britton is a founding executive and COO of RockDove Solutions, the creator of the award-winning crisis management platform, In Case of Crisis. Mr. Britton oversees the revenue, client success, and operations of the business, serving hundreds of the leading global institutions today. Mr. Britton has decades of leadership and technology experience, including many years working with crisis management, business continuity, communications and emergency management. He was a founding executive with Vocus, acquired by Cision and has held leadership positions with AT&T, Rosetta Stone and Interfolio.