Crisis Preparedness and Crisis Management
Day 2: Fri 19 June: 18:00-19:30 (CEST)
Introduction to basic crisis management considerations.
Topic: Crisis Preparedness and Crisis Management.
Field: Int. Relations, Business, Diplomacy, NGOs, and more.
A Digital Certificate of Participation will be issued by the World Youth Academy.
- Day 1: Thu 18 June: 18:00-19:30 (CEST).
- Day 2: Fri 19 June: 18:00-19:30 (CEST).
- Early bird: €27.9 (Sales end on June 12).
- Late bird: €35.9 (Sales end on June 16)
- General participation: €47.9
- Alumni: €17.9
Thinking about the right answer to very basic questions in crisis preparation is a prerequisite for any successful crisis management.
In times of crisis and uncertainty, people, companies and governments are forced to prove that their capacities are sufficient to cope with the new situation. It is often only then that they have to test whether their contingency planning and preparedness was realistic, started early enough and included all components that the situation requires.
This webinar will explain different areas that a company, business or NGO should consider in their contingency planning efforts.
You will be introduced to common contingency planning considerations and methods, ranging from crisis communication to safety and security and the planning of appropriate training for staff members. These will help you to prepare yourself and your team – if not now, then probably for your next employment – for crisis situations, no matter in which area you are active.
The webinar will give you practical tips and guidance for the preparation of your own contingency planning. Examples of successful and less successful planning will show what you should take care of and how to prepare your team and yourself – mentally and practically.
CONFLICT ANALYSIS EXPERT
Mr. Ndifi has a background in political and security analysis. For several years he has been working on the situational assessment of crisis and conflicts, on crisis response options, on conflict management, and on the systematic application of post-conflict rehabilitation measures, such as reform of the security sector, demobilisation, and peacebuilding.
Based on a mix of strategic office work and several deployments to field operations, Mr. Ndifi gained experience from a variety of conflict settings and from different perspectives, including in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Palestine, and Ukraine. Currently, he works for the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna/Austria.
Mr. Ndifi holds a Master’s Degree in Pedagogic, Sociology and Psychology, and a Master’s Degree in Intercultural Conflict Management.
In private, he is interested in history, international affairs and the role of religiously motivated narratives in political discourse, protection of civilians in armed conflict, migration, and peacebuilding.
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