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Kenyons Train in California - Crisis Management Master Class

17 October 2014 | Santa Clarita, California

From October 13 - 17, Kenyon clients and Team Members came together in Santa Clarita, California, for an intense week of crisis management training. Kenyon President Jerry Novosad and Consultancy Manager Gavin Solomon were joined by Crisis Communications Director Jerry Hendin and Associate Greg Wyatt to teach the courses using years of hands-on crisis response experience. Thanks to host Princess Cruises, Kenyon trainers had access to a state of the art facility where attendees participated in Go Team Training, Family/Humanitarian Assistance Center Management, two full days of Exercises for Crisis Management and a final day of Crisis Communications Management.

Groups of attendees traveled from many parts of the US, Canada and even the Middle East to represent airlines, cruise lines and public organizations, engaging in this highly-interactive event, immersing themselves fully into the many challenging hands-on exercises and role-play sessions. All who came commented on how informative and enjoyable the training was, and went home brimming with ideas for improving their crisis management and communications plans.

Attendees experience the dynamics of an input-response exercise in Exercise Control (EXCON).



Exercise Control (EXCON) staff direct the input-response exercise that they created



Attendees from Comair, Jazz and Carnival Cruises work on a deployment exercise prior to presenting to the class.



Jerry Novosad discusses Go Team preparations and deployment.



Representatives of Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruises and Comair participate in a deployment exercise.



Kenyon will be announcing new venues for open training classes in North America and the Far East very soon. Meanwhile, if you are interested in any of Kenyon’s training classes please see our training catalog or contact solomong@kenyoninternational.com for more information.


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