Maintaining the Integrity of Your Corporate Brand in Crisis Situations
Without doubt, the coronavirus pandemic (aka Covid-19) has altered the world, as we knew it. The business landscape, public and fiscal administration and, indeed private lives are gearing up for what is the new normal. The outbreak, which hit the world like a thunderbolt, taking thousands of lives in many countries, will surely leave in its trail yawning gaps in corporate and public resources globally. This is bound to constrain the ability of many organisations to continue as going concerns, at least at the level or pace they were going or had intended to before the pandemic.
Already, many companies are filing for bankruptcy and millions of workers are filing for unemployment benefits across the world, most notably in the bastion of capitalism and entrepreneurism, the United States of America. World leaders and business executives are trying to chart a path for corporate survival post Covid-19. Indeed, this is the way to go, because life must continue after the pandemic.
As Nigeria begins to reopen the economy, the Maintaining the Integrity of Your Corporate Brand in Crisis Situations training is a must-have for managers and business leaders with supervisory roles in corporate communications, human resources, customer experience, marketing, strategic business units, brand management, reputation management, and so on.
Against the backdrop of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses and the economy as organisations seek sustainable strategies to keep their brands alive, this bespoke online course balances the predictable shortage of organizational resources vis-à-vis training budgets with the need to equip managers with the skills, temperament and vision to help steer the brand through these tough times.
It comes in three personalized and affordable packages to help the Corporate Communications, Human Resources and Strategic Business Lead adapt to the present crisis and strategically deploy available internal resources to sustain the brand.
(1) Optima Class: a three-day online course designed to help the communications, human resources and strategic line manager think and act like a business owner with the skills, temperament and vision to steer the brand through these tough times, thus ensuring that the extra value they bring to the organisation positions them as leaders during this period and beyond. It consists of nine classes and a bonus class, with Case studies. Tests, Certification
(2) Integra Class: a two-day online course designed to reskill and reposition the communications, human resources and strategic line manager as a brand leader during this period and beyond. It consists of two options, each with four modules and a case study.
(3) Mini Classes: A-day online course consisting of a combination of relevant communication, customer and organisational modules tailored to the user’s need and preference. It consist six different combos which are; Combo A | Combo B | Combo C | Combo X | Combo Y | Combo Z. Each combo run in one day.
Join the School of Media and Communication of the Pan-Atlantic University, to take any of these well packaged online optional modules on ‘Maintaining the Integrity of Your Corporate Brand in Crisis Situations’ to help reposition your company in the minds of your stakeholders so as to return to profitability.
- Business Managers/Owners
- Brand Managers
- Corporate Communication Managers
- Marketing Managers
- HR Managers
Optima Class – N106,800
Integra Classes – N75,000 per Option
Mini Classes – N35,000 per Combo
Optima Class – 26 – 28 August, 2020
Integra Classes – 10 – 11 September, 2020
Mini Classes – 1 – 8 September, 2020
SMC eLearning Platform and Zoom
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