Crisis Communications: Effective Tactics in Troubled Times

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212 W Main Street, Suite 500
Durham, North Carolina   
(888) 558-6032 

Presenting Your Speakers:

Mark Weaver is a crisis communications expert with three decades of experience advising clients in more than 30 states and at the highest levels of national government and major corporations. Before founding Communications Counsel, Mark was the Deputy Attorney General of Ohio. He was responsible for crisis management, strategic counseling, and communications for an office with 1,400 employees and a front-page legal issue every week. He also served on the Attorney General's four-member Executive Staff and acted as a senior policy advisor and chief spokesman. His past professional assignments include serving as the Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the U.S Department of Justice, Public Information Director for a large Pennsylvania municipality, and Vice President of a national communications firm in Washington, D.C. He has two decades of experience as a criminal prosecutor and has provided lectures and media advice around the world on a wide variety of legal and communication topics.

Mark Weaver  
Attorney and Communications Advisor
Communications Counsel

Alix Bowman leads the CX team as VP of Customer at ArchiveSocial and is an expert on social media network operations. Alix has over 13 years of experience bringing groundbreaking strategies to life with sustainable concepts, development, and execution. She is an award-winning entrepreneur and startup strategist, who has been recognized on numerous occasions for her dedication, leadership, and ability to identify consumer needs.

Alix Bowman
VP of Customer

Thursday, October 14th  @  2 P.M. ET 

With the ongoing pandemic, demonstrations, natural disasters, and array of other crises, public entities ’ social media feeds have been littered with controversy and rumors. Demonstrating that in the absence of facts surrounding a controversial situation, people make up their own stories, and doubt and discord can set in.

It’s more important than ever to maintain the public’s trust in your ability to lead and govern. Join us at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT Thursday, October 14th, for a special live training with government communicator and attorney Mark Weaver to learn the skills and practices needed to effectively communicate and keep your public safe and informed before, during, and after a crisis situation.

Key Topics:

  • Creative solutions to get the facts into circulation

  • Identifying & effectively messaging to key audiences 

  • Finding the best tone for a constructive discourse amid controversy and over the long term

  • When and how to gather and deliver accurate information during challenging situations