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Crisis Comms PlanningCrisis Comms Planning
and Message Mappingand Message Mapping
CEMA
March 2015
Patrice Cloutier
Today’s presentationToday’s presentation
1. Introduction
2. Context … and challenges
3. Understanding what's behind a mess...
IntroductionIntroduction
What is emergency information?
What our audiences need to know to protect
themselves, their fami...
Know the hazards and risksKnow the hazards and risks
Different types of incidents
Meeting the new challengesMeeting the new challenges
Why use a crisis communications approach?
• Avoid communications reg...
Meeting the new challengesMeeting the new challenges
Why use a crisis communications approach?
• It’s about speed … and o...
The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan
The first P: Procedures
•Simple, intuitive
•Your people need ...
The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan
The second P: People
•Trained spokesperson
•Top commanders an...
The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan
The third P: Preparation
•Crisis communications technique
•Pr...
The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan
The fourth P: Practice
•A plan untested is a plan unproven
•P...
The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan
The fifth P: Platforms
•Notification and alerting systems
•So...
Message MappingMessage Mapping
Crisis communications technique
developed by Dr. Vincent Covelo from
New York.
Advised Ma...
Message MappingMessage Mapping
Message mapping
• Science-based … on target messaging
• Based on difference in brain funct...
Why use a crisis communications approach?
◦ Ensure effective communications and that your
audience adopt the right behavi...
Message Mapping: Prepare!Message Mapping: Prepare!
If you want to communicate promptly,
you need to have pre-approved
mes...
How your prepare the messageHow your prepare the message
maps … Routine vs Crisismaps … Routine vs Crisis
To be heard, you...
Brain ProcessesBrain Processes
Our abilities change ...
Brain ProcessesBrain Processes
What it means for communicators …
the rule of 27/9/3
The rule of 3 (cont’d)The rule of 3 (cont’d)
• 27/9/3 model: a critical tool
• Based on rule of 3: three key messages each...
The rule of 3The rule of 3
• 27/9/3 model: a critical tool
• Media: broadcast and print
• Matches what brain retains durin...
Changes in cognitive abilitiesChanges in cognitive abilities
• What’s also important?
• The order of your messages …
Other obstacleOther obstacle
Comprehension levels
How you craft a message mapHow you craft a message map
•The order of your messages …
• Impact on how you craft and deliver...
Message Map ExampleMessage Map Example
How you read it ... from left to right the three key messages and then you
repeat e...
DeliveryDelivery
• Verbal vs non-verbal
• Things are totally reversed.
• Routine: 75% verbal and 25 % non-verbal
• Crisis:...
Feel … No Mr. RobotoFeel … No Mr. Roboto
Compassion, Competence, Optimism
Virginia Tech … example of a good deliveryVirginia Tech … example of a good delivery
• CCO template
• Compassion
• Compete...
DeliveryDelivery
• We will recover ...
• Continue to invent the future at Virginia
Tech, through our tears and blood.
• Wo...
In SummaryIn Summary
Anticipate
Prepare
Practice
Questions ???
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Part Three: crisis communications planning and message mapping. For the CEMA EIO training in March 2015. Focus: crisis comms preparation and technique (message mapping)

Cema crisis communications planning and message mapping

  1. 1. Crisis Comms PlanningCrisis Comms Planning and Message Mappingand Message Mapping CEMA March 2015 Patrice Cloutier
  2. 2. Today’s presentationToday’s presentation 1. Introduction 2. Context … and challenges 3. Understanding what's behind a message map 4. Preparing a message map 5. Delivering the message map
  3. 3. IntroductionIntroduction What is emergency information? What our audiences need to know to protect themselves, their families, property and the environment. What we need to communicate to help ensure our audiences will adopt the right behaviour during a crisis or emergency. Also important: presenting your organization’s response to an incident under the best possible light.
  4. 4. Know the hazards and risksKnow the hazards and risks Different types of incidents
  5. 5. Meeting the new challengesMeeting the new challenges Why use a crisis communications approach? • Avoid communications regret ! • Use efficient risk communications process
  6. 6. Meeting the new challengesMeeting the new challenges Why use a crisis communications approach? • It’s about speed … and occupying the public space • To meet the challenge … need the five Ps • Procedures • People • Preparation • Practice • Platforms
  7. 7. The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan The first P: Procedures •Simple, intuitive •Your people need to be familiar with them •Principals, alternates and second alternates •Think middle of the night on a weekend ! •Delegation of authority •Flexible
  8. 8. The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan The second P: People •Trained spokesperson •Top commanders and executives •Principals, alternates and second alternates •Familiarize with plan and procedures •Demonstrate confidence and competence
  9. 9. The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan The third P: Preparation •Crisis communications technique •Pre-approved messaging •Identified audiences and channels to reach them
  10. 10. The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan The fourth P: Practice •A plan untested is a plan unproven •Principals and alternates •Communications component to every exercise
  11. 11. The Crisis Communications PlanThe Crisis Communications Plan The fifth P: Platforms •Notification and alerting systems •Social networks • Twitter • Facebook • Youtube • Others •Social media monitoring tools
  12. 12. Message MappingMessage Mapping Crisis communications technique developed by Dr. Vincent Covelo from New York. Advised Mayor Giuliani prior to 9-11 Successful communications response using message mapping ◦ Message maps pre-approved ◦ Trained people ◦ Lots of prior exercises
  13. 13. Message MappingMessage Mapping Message mapping • Science-based … on target messaging • Based on difference in brain functions/processes during a crisis as opposed to routine situations • Easy to use …. Visual representation • Anticipate issues and questions and develop key messages ahead of time
  14. 14. Why use a crisis communications approach? ◦ Ensure effective communications and that your audience adopt the right behaviour. ◦ Enhances your capacity to offer a prompt communications response to incidents and crises ◦ Helps establish an organization’s credibility.
  15. 15. Message Mapping: Prepare!Message Mapping: Prepare! If you want to communicate promptly, you need to have pre-approved messages ready!
  16. 16. How your prepare the messageHow your prepare the message maps … Routine vs Crisismaps … Routine vs Crisis To be heard, you need to craft the right messages! Routine … Crisis …
  17. 17. Brain ProcessesBrain Processes Our abilities change ...
  18. 18. Brain ProcessesBrain Processes What it means for communicators … the rule of 27/9/3
  19. 19. The rule of 3 (cont’d)The rule of 3 (cont’d) • 27/9/3 model: a critical tool • Based on rule of 3: three key messages each with three supporting messages or key facts • Easy to visualize and share for multiple purposes …
  20. 20. The rule of 3The rule of 3 • 27/9/3 model: a critical tool • Media: broadcast and print • Matches what brain retains during crises • Works for images too … different part of the brain … give you the ability to convey more info
  21. 21. Changes in cognitive abilitiesChanges in cognitive abilities • What’s also important? • The order of your messages …
  22. 22. Other obstacleOther obstacle Comprehension levels
  23. 23. How you craft a message mapHow you craft a message map •The order of your messages … • Impact on how you craft and deliver a message map ... • Level of comprehension ... we normally write for grade 6-8 level .... during a crisis, you need to adjust your language/vocabulary to grade two or three level ... Here's what a message map looks like then
  24. 24. Message Map ExampleMessage Map Example How you read it ... from left to right the three key messages and then you repeat each message followed by the three supporting facts or messages … you can add message of empathy to start, end with call to action.
  25. 25. DeliveryDelivery • Verbal vs non-verbal • Things are totally reversed. • Routine: 75% verbal and 25 % non-verbal • Crisis: 75% non-verbal and 25% verbal • What’s also important? Show poise!
  26. 26. Feel … No Mr. RobotoFeel … No Mr. Roboto Compassion, Competence, Optimism
  27. 27. Virginia Tech … example of a good deliveryVirginia Tech … example of a good delivery • CCO template • Compassion • Competence/Conviction • Optimism
  28. 28. DeliveryDelivery • We will recover ... • Continue to invent the future at Virginia Tech, through our tears and blood. • Words matter and how you express them
  29. 29. In SummaryIn Summary Anticipate Prepare Practice Questions ???
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