Corporate social responsibility
Join us for breakfast on October 24th!
Corporate social responsibility in crisis management is more important than ever. Whether it’s looking after clients or taking the right steps to protect employees, organisations have a legal and moral duty to look after their people when a crisis happens. In the age of social media, an organisation that doesn’t prioritise the wellbeing of staff and customers will quickly find itself the next viral scandal – whether it’s a data breach that puts customers’ financial lives at risk or a violent incident that has left staff traumatised.
Join us at a free event that brings together experts in HR, cyber security, crisis management and workplace trauma counselling to offer insight into how an organisation can put its people first. As well as breakfast and networking, there will be presentations from:
- Liz Royle and Cath Kerr from KRTS International: the workplace trauma consultants and international authors that put their expertise in mental health care into Power to Respond®, a workplace trauma solution, and Critical Incident Stress Management for strategically preparing for and responding to workplace trauma.
- Richard Stephenson: CEO of YUDU, the app development company behind Sentinel, the crisis management software.
- David Tinney: IT, cyber and business continuity consultant. David has a background in HR, tech and cyber security and worked for Sky for 15 years before becoming the Director of Metisak. David is also the author of Transforming Your Risk Management Approach.
Register for your free place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/handle-with-care-how-to-put-your-people-first-in-a-crisis-tickets-49951680822