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In this program Eve Ash, Psychologist and Founder Seven Dimensions, interviews Maria Deveson-Crabbe, CEO, Marie Stopes International Australia to explore some practical advice and strategies. Maria Deveson-Crabbe draws learning from a powerful and tragic case study:

  • Managing the media
  • Turning it around
  •  Crisis management strategy

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eLearning description

Managing Bad Press is a course featuring a powerful and tragic case study. Maria Deveson-Crabbe explains the important lessons she learned regarding the management of the press and media, and how to turn it around and use a crisis management strategy.

Once this course is completed, you will have studied how to manage the media when there is damaging press, and how to implement a crisis management strategy to turn a damaging situation around.

elearning course learning objectives

  • Examine a powerful and tragic case study presented by Maria Deveson-Crabbe
  • Identify how to manage the media when there is damaging press
  • Use a crisis management strategy to manage a damaging problem and turn it around

This is available as part of

Insights and Strategies Series
Psychologist Eve Ash interviews experts and business leaders who share their experiences and their strategies for achieving best practice.Topics cover key leadership and people skills, safety, marketing, career and interpersonal skills. Discover practical strategies to implement and solve business p... read more
Categories
Change / Crisis Management
Marketing / Brand
Release Date
Jan 1, 2015
Video Running Time (minutes)
15:00
Course Length (minutes)
30
Producer
Seven Dimensions
Featured Talent
Eve Ash
Course ID
INSIGHTS31

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