Lessons in Crisis Communications Leadership
Event on 2014-02-11 11:30:00
Nora Carr, APR and chief of staff for the Guilford County Schools, is a crisis communications veteran. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, she will discuss:
- What makes or breaks crisis communications efforts
- What to do first when something goes wrong
- How to work with other professionals and your senior organizational leaders in crafting a successful response
Guiding an organization’s communications during a crisis can be one of the most challenging — and rewarding — experiences a public relations professional encounters. The February professional development meeting will give you an opportunity to gain insights and advice from one of the profession’s best.
Carr is one of the most experienced public relations professionals in the Triad with a 27-year career dealing with virtually every aspect of the profession. She is the 2013-2014 president of the National School Public Relations Association. In 2008, she was inducted into PRSA’s College of Fellows, an honor bestowed only on the country’s top PR professionals.
Before coming to Guilford County Schools in 2008, she was chief communications officer at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. She spent three years at Luquire George Andrews, one of the largest PR firms in the state, and has held a number of other educational and nonprofit communications positions. She started her career as a writer at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis.
Don’t miss this veteran communicator’s advice on what to do when something goes wrong. Register now!
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