Unlike businesses in the private sector, government organizations have an additional challenge. In times of emergencies, such as a natural disaster or criminal threat to the community, getting that message successfully delivered to the right audience, and at the right time, can help save lives. A government agency’s ability to easily connect with community members during times of emergencies is crucial. And if the possibility of saving more lives and communities hinges on your message getting successfully delivered, you want to make sure that you’re using the best tools to accomplish that.
To help you zero in on how to improve your organization’s communications, Adelaide O’Brien, Research Director for IDC Government Insights, will share the latest research on emergency communications for government during an upcoming webinar. Communicating vital information effectively with the public in emergencies is an absolute necessity in gaining and retaining citizen satisfaction, and Adelaide will offer tips and examples of what works.
A communications strategy is key in properly relaying important information to your audience. Using the right system can help you build an audience, manage contacts, and send messages quickly- to specific community members when necessary.
Join Adelaide for this webinar, where she will discuss the challenges, strategies and technologies that are shaping these critical communications today.
Featured Speaker: Adelaide O’Brien, Research Director for IDC Government Insights
Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Time: 1:00 pm Central
This event is open to all government employees and contractors. To register for this complimentary event, click here.
To download Adelaide’s Analyst Connections report on emergency communications for government, visit http://direct.govdelivery.com/IDC-ENS-SM.