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Effective Employee Communication in the Time of COVID-I9

A botched COVID-19 communication response not only leads to unwanted stakeholder scrutiny, but it can cause significant physical and emotional harm as well as lasting damage to stakeholder trust, reputation, and the bottom line. While pandemic related information needs are extensive across all stakeholder groups, catering to the information and communication needs of employees is especially important.

Join ICOR on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET for Effective Employee Communication in the Time of COVID-I9, strategic communication and crisis management expert Oliver S. Schmidt discusses why employee communication must increase in volume and frequency and how to effectively inform, educate, motivate, and empower employees.

Schmidt has been Managing Partner and President and CEO of C4CS®, an international management consultancy headquartered in Pittsburgh, for over two decades. He has more than 25 years of consulting, training, and executive coaching experience in the areas of strategic communication, crisis management, and organizational leadership.

With your participation, you will receive 1 (one) continuing education hour. Registration is now open here.

ICOR’s unique certification recognizes the capabilities of those who lead in increasing the resilience of their organization. It credentials personnel who understand two or more of the disciplines that build a more resilient organization.

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