**Registration is now closed due to high demand**
The EACD is pleased to invite you to our upcoming Coaching Day with Quiller Consultants in London.
FINDING AND USING DATA TO MANAGE RISK AND DRIVE RESILIENCE
Long gone are the days when a communications director could get by with an instinct for news and a winning personality. Everyone else in leadership roles brings a spreadsheet with them to show which risks need worrying about and where policy needs changing.
This workshop will look at the data sources which a communications leader can call upon and explore what emerging tools are available. We will also practice with new approaches to assessing risk and look at when PR heads need to push for change internally. The session will also look at dashboards and how to use them to get senior colleagues to make better decisions about communication.
Hosted by Quiller Consultants in central London, the coaching morning will provide an opportunity for delegates to debate, under Chatham House Rules, their own experiences and practices.
This event is free of charge with the compliments of Quiller Consultants and open to in-house communicators only. The agenda will be announced shortly. Please register using the form below as places are limited. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us (email@example.com).
Meet your coaches
Jon is CEO of Quiller. He has decades of experience integrating reputation into business strategy, building powerful campaigns and coaching leadership teams. He led the Communications and Public Affairs teams in Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East at the Coca-Cola Company and Eastman Kodak. He is a Chair of PRCA Council and Past Master of the City of London Company of Public Relations Practitioners.
Mark he has held comms director roles at Williams Formula 1 Group, Samsung Europe and Fitness First Group. Prior to that he was a partner at ReputationInc in London. He co-founded Stakeholder Communications in 2004 after six years with Drury Communications in Ireland working on financial and corporate communications. He began his career in politics in Belfast for Lord Trimble.
Liam FitzPatrick advises on the operation and organisation of communications functions. He is particularly interested in the use of research in planning communications and in supporting change. A fellow of the UK Chartered Institute of Public Relations, he has contributed to standard textbooks on PR and authoring a best-selling book on internal communications.