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Crisis Command & Control Workshop - A Lively and Interactive Event

Workshop

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In today’s volatile environment a serious crisis can manifest from a “creeping crisis” to a serious disaster and then a crisis that in some cases lays dormant until triggered - Could you keep an Enterprise Operational in a Crisis?

Date and Time

10 June 2017 - 14:00-17:30

Location

8143 Stallikon (Uetliberg), Switzerland - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Europe:Switzerland local network.


About this event

THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS EVENT; FOR THE PARTICPANTS:
- To simulate the role of a Crisis Command and Control function in a time of a crisis.
- To test the participants ability to manage a crisis and the subsequent impact in real time
- To test the ability of decision makers to make decisions under stress conditions and reducing times scales
- To understand the role of Crisis Command and Control function and need for direct leadership.
- To understand the impact and consequences of the selected instructions and how a crisis can be prevented.
- To identify how the function of the Crisis Command and Control will benefit them and their company.

Programme

- 14:00 Networking and Coffee (On the Balcony)

- 14:30 Crisis Command & Control Workshop (Seminar room Passio

- 17:00 Finish Workshop, then Apéro  


Reasons to attend

PARTICPANTS WILL GAIN A KNOWLEDGE OF:
- A working insight into the debating and decision making process under crisis conditions
- Difficulties in reaching a decision that please everybody and morality when under stress conditions
- The need for leadership and up to date and relevant crisis management plans that are fully tested.

Continuing Professional Development

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This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Cost

Gratis

Additional information

Google Maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/tHbg3xftQzJ2

Registration information

The AGM is for IET Members, but the Crisis Command & Control Workshop is and open to all. 
Both events are free. The Crisis Command & Control Workshop offers IET Members 3 CPD points.
There are separate Registration links for each event – if you are coming to the AGM and wish to stay for the Crisis Command & Control Workshop, then please make sure to sign-up for both events.

The Crisis Command & Control Workshop is mainly targeted for Adults.  The first 20 registrants will be able to see first-hand, how a Crisis situation can unfold, experiencing directly how both they and others deal with critical decisions under the given time constraints.  Others will be welcome to join / witness proceedings, should those first 20 seats be taken.   We wish to make this an enjoyable but effective event, but expect places to go fast, so please sign-up as soon as reservations go live.

Reservations for IET Members go live from Monday 13th March ,2017. 
Members of the general-public may book from Monday 27th March, 2017.

Families / Partners are welcome, but those with small children might prefer to instead check-out the "Planet Trail.  For more details of this wonderful Panorama Trail, please visit: http://www.myswitzerland.com/en-ch/the-panorama-trail-from-ueetliberg-to-felsenegg.html



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