Since relatively mundane events can quickly turn into crisis events, it is important to understand how to successfully plan for, manage, survive and recover from unexpected events such as disorderly protests, hostage situations and outbreaks of violence.
Crisis Leadership in Higher Education provides critical information about proactive training and planning so you can implement effective crisis management systems in advance of a critical event. Faculty experts in crisis leadership guide participants through a variety of concepts and scenarios, examining practical challenges ranging from natural disasters to emergent infectious diseases. The program identifies communication strategies and reviews techniques and protocols that can be tailored to a wide range of institutional circumstances.
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The curriculum focuses on strategic and operational issues that arise when preparing for, responding to, and recovering from crisis events. Specific program objectives include:
Over three days, using real-world case studies, lectures, small group discussions and guest speakers, program faculty guide participants through a variety of concepts and scenarios, examining practical challenges ranging from natural disasters to emergent infectious disease to reputation-threatening campus incidents.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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