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Don't Miss The NEWEST Social Media Conference From
The Advanced Learning Institute's Acclaimed
Executive Training Series For FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL
Government Communicators...

Rave Review from a Past A.L.I. Social Media
for Government Conference Attendee:

"I appreciated speakers who acknowledged continued value of traditional
media and how to mesh them together."

C. Heck, Public Affairs Officer

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KEY TAKE AWAYS:   Speaking Organizations:
Attend this conference to learn how to incorporate the power of social media into your organization's crisis communications strategy, along with helpful tools, tips and techniques to get started, including:   Hear practical advice, firsthand, on how to use social media to communicate to your employees and citizens before, during, and after a crisis from leading government agencies and organizations, including:
  • Creating a social media for crisis communications strategy
  • Preparing your communications team for a crisis before it happens
  • Building senior management support for your social media and emergency preparedness plans
  • Creating a social media for crisis communications strategy
  • Using social media to prevent a crisis from happening
  • Incorporating social media tools into your internal and external communications practices
  • Communicating more effectively and efficiently through social media avenues, such as Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, blogs, Real Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds, and much more
  • Demonstrating the Return on Investment (ROI) for your social media for crisis communications programs
  • Measuring the impact social media has on distributing your messages rapidly and effectively to your audience during a crisis
  • Operating social media tools within the boundaries of IT restrictions and firewalls
  • Gaining inside knowledge of why social media is a crucial addition to your crisis communication arsenal
  • Practicing with hands-on sessions on how to use social media tools to their maximum potential
  • Integrating new social media tools with traditional media to multiply your program results
  • Maximizing awareness of your agency's mission to the public
  • Learning how to easily communicate to the public through various forms of social media
  • Assimilating cutting-edge communication techniques and tools presented by your peers who are already using social media for their crisis plans
  • Utilizing Web 2.0 tools for vital sources of information that the public can use and trust in times of emergency
  • Engaging your employees and the public by connecting them to your organization's goals and strategic plan for the future
  • Influencing others within your government department, as a result of a strong crisis communications plan
  • Managing your agency's reputation, before, during and after a crisis occur
Presented By A.L.I.

Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

U.S. Department of Defense

City and County of San Francisco, California

University of Maryland Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory (CATT LAB)

U.S. Forest Service,
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

University of Tennessee

Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

City of Manor, Texas

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

U.S. Department of Transportation

City of Owasso, Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma

City of Plano, Texas

Booz Allen Hamilton

SiriusXM Satellite Radio

ConnellyWorks, Inc.

fusedlogic, inc.

Transmission Content + Creative


Bureau of Consular Affairs,
U.S. Department of State

Supporting Organizations:

NAGC Social Media Club

Federal Communicators Network

Several agencies are making dramatic strides in developing approaches and systems that work for them in their communication efforts. The periodic sharing of these experiences and "best practices" is an important element of this government evolution. That is why this forum, presented by the Advanced Learning Institute, is such a valuable opportunity to hear perspectives and share experiences of other professionals engaged in the "journey."
Choose From Four Workshops For Ultimate Value And Learning!

Sign up for your choice of these highly–interactive workshops:

Monday, November 2, 2009:

Thursday, November 5, 2009:
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