CRUNCH: Crucial Conversations over Lunch
Introducing CRUNCH: Crucial conversations over lunch. We’re bringing senior business leaders together to tackle the topics that matter to them – no matter what industry they operate in.
In particular, the 90-minute sessions help leaders navigate the pressures they face from outside sources and how that can impact reputation.
We’ll keep you posted on the topics guest speakers we have lined up to feature at different CRUNCH events.
CRUNCH: February 2018
When: Tuesday 20 February
Time: 12.00 noon to 1.30 pm
Where: Waikato Innovation Park Conference Centre, First Floor, Gallagher Core Faiclities Building, 9 Melody Lane (off Ruakura Road), Hamilton East, HAMILTON 3216
How will your organisation operate and protect its reputation in the new era that’s dawned since the Harvey Weinstein scandal?
Senior business leaders are invited to join us for a learning lunch session on Tuesday 20 February where we hear from a panel of PR, HR, legal and governance experts about how to navigate the post-Harvey Weinstein world and maintain your reputation.
The world has changed dramatically in in how it views harassment, and in particular the expectations on organisations who fail to prevent it happening or who know it’s happening, but fail to act.
Hear from -
- Simpson Grierson law expert Willy Akel
- Professional company director Craig McFarlane
- Everest Managing Director Senga Allen, and
- HMC Communications Director Heather Claycomb.
They’ll share their advice and go-to tips for the new era.
In this learning lunch session, we’ll get advice and tips from experts in the legal, human resources, public relations and governance fields about how to protect yourself and your business and avoid the fallout from the Weinstein scandal.
The session is limited to 40 participants and there’s a small charge of $50 (excl. GST) to cover a light lunch and venue hire. Book here to secure your CRUNCH spot today.
CRUNCH November 2017:
Dr Ko and the HMC Communications team led participants through a cyberattack scenario in small groups. The fictional scenario, based on real life events, got participants talking about what they would do in the immediate minutes and hours after a cyber-attack to their company, looking at both the operational and communications response to the crisis.