Join us for the fourth in the CDMPS free lunchtime seminar series for 2016.
12:15pm—1:15pm Wednesday 25 May 2016
Greenwood Theatre, Electrical Engineering Building (193),
The University of Melbourne, Parkville.
This seminar is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about all aspects of disaster management from highly experienced academics and practitioners.
In our May seminar, Bob Jensen brings us ten of his key lessons about leaders and crisis communications and how this crucial role fits into emergency management. Bob will illustrate the nature of the 360 degree approach to crisis communications through his experience with the response to Hurricane Sandy that impacted on the United States in 2012. Bob will explain how this approach is scalable to every level and can be used in the government and private sector as well.
Bob Jensen is a crisis and risk management leader with more than 30 years of experience with the U.S. government including serving in the White House, in war zones and for more than 30 major disasters including Hurricane Sandy, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the massive earthquake in Haiti. Bob has also been a keynote speaker across the globe. Bob is also a member of the International Advisory Committee of for the Centre for Disaster Management and Public Safety.
Interested in hearing more from Bob? Check out ‘Leadership in Crisis’, Friday 3 June 2016 – http://leadership.cdmps.org.au/