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Crisis Prevention, Management and Communication

Lead your organization through a crisis with confidence and learn how to prevent future crises.

Every organization is vulnerable to crises which can be a risk to reputation and market share – both of which take years to build. The more complex your systems are the more likely a crisis will impact your systems and projects in unforeseen ways. Fortunately, you can learn to recognize the unexpected connections present in your projects that may lead to possible crises, uncover specific potential failures, and devise strategies to prevent them.

Meet the Faculty and Instructors teaching in Crisis Prevention, Management and Communication

Faculty & Instructors

Rotman Executive Program faculty are known for their ability to translate the latest research into practical applications for the workplace, and to transmit skills to participants with the best teaching techniques. Industry leaders contribute to our programs to bring you the most up-to-date best practices and a wealth of real-world experience.

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Tiff Macklem, Featured Faculty

Tiff Macklem

Dean, Rotman School of Management

Tiff Macklem served as senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada, sharing responsibility with the governor and four deputy governors for monetary policy and the Bank’s role in promoting financial stability. In that role, he was also the Bank’s chief operating officer and a member of its board of directors, overseeing strategic planning and coordinating the Bank’s operations. Macklem has also played a leading role in efforts to ensure stable financial systems worldwide through the Financial Stability Board.

Lead in turbulent times.

Most teams aren’t equipped to handle the unexpected. With stress and under time pressure, it’s difficult to stay calm, diagnose a problem, and come up with solutions. This five-day intensive program will help you move from crisis management to crisis leadership. You will emerge more effective, thoughtful, and resilient, and with a skill set that can provide you with a strategic advantage over less well-prepared competitors.

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Take your crisis communication skills to the next level.

During a crisis, internal communication plays a key role. However, many people who end up in leadership have never had training for communicating in a crisis situation on the big stage. This program will help you develop an effective crisis communication style, response and presence that inspires trust internally and externally. Inspire trust, rebuild employee confidence and morale, and manage stakeholders, customers and the media during a critical moment.

Our expert faculty will guide you through everything you need to know so you can leave the program confident in your new skills. You will be able to better run meetings, get ahead of risks, and recognize the danger of big failures before they happen.

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A deposit of 50% of the program fee is required at time of application. The balance of the program fee is due 30 days after receipt of invoice or 30 days before the start of the program, whichever is first.

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A 5-day intensive program

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Dates:
April 22–26, 2019
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April 20–24, 2020

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Location:
Rotman School of Management, Toronto, Ontario

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Participant profile:
Executives and senior managers

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Fee:
$10,900 CAD

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