In this presentation, Nigel Lightfoot will use the evolution of a number of crises from a personal experience to illustrate the challenges of working during periods of uncertainty and the essential leadership characteristics that are required to successfully emerge and recover from such crises.
This presentation will describe current research that is examining how rather reactive theories concerning crises might be used to stimulate foresight. Three cases will be used to illustrate this practical use of the re-imagined theory.
In the past, traditional approach to risk communication has failed in many cases resulting in significant stakeholder unease and stress. This talk will focus on alternative approaches of bringing stakeholders on board in projects where risk is a significant driver for decisions.
This presentation indicates a paradigm shift in the current thinking about communication in general and risk and crisis communication in particular, proposing a theoretical framework for enhancing complex interactive processes in organizations.
This presentation shows the practical approach to the complex interactive processes and the applicability of the CIP framework to those less predictable environments dealing with complexity such as risks, hazards, or crises.