COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the way organisations across Australia operate. As the crisis develops - including governments easing or reinstating physical distancing restrictions – organisations need to be ready to adapt and communicate clearly with stakeholders to ensure their operations run as smoothly as possible.
During these uncertain times, not-for-profits and for-good organisations are struggling to decide what to communicate externally. There’s a lot of questions about what should be shared. Should you reach out to the media? What should you say to your networks? How do you respond to the many issues your organisation may face with the current health and economic climate?
In this 90-minute workshop, you'll be guided on:
• the best practice on communicating internally and externally to your stakeholders that will support your organisation through these challenging times and come out stronger on the other side.
• solutions, best practice and tools that you can immediately put into place to manage communications issues which may arise during this challenging time
• tactics to thrive during the rebuilding phase by thinking creatively and strategically to communicate with government stakeholders and forging government partnerships.
Presenter: Jo Scard, Founder and CEO of Fifty Acres.
Australia’s leading for-good communications and engagement agency Fifty Acres, works with not-for-profits and for-good businesses to help them respond to the evolving COVID-19 crisis; including new ways of working, partnering with like-minded organisations and thinking strategically about how to best diversify their income streams.