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Here's a panel discussion with radio experts from around the world discussing what they did to stay ahead of a once in a generation pandemic to keep their communities informed, alert, aware and educated but importantly, to protect their teams and to keep their radio stations on air while safeguarding lives and jobs.
Five tips for securing ‘Good Governance and Human Resources’ during a time of crisis and remote work, brought to you by Birgitte Jallov, who extracts the few highlights from a lifetime of work to help start, support, train and evaluate radio stations. The tips will, during a period of crisis, remind you to focus and prioritise. But actually, the core of good and effective governance and productive and thriving human resources is grounded in a station’s everyday culture and leadership, founded before the crisis.
This Masterclass helmed by Alexander Sempf will give radio managers a toolkit for survival and growth in the toughest economic conditions in decades. This Masterclass is presented by a radio sales expert who has proven the success of his strategy and tactics in one of the most economically challenged markets in the world. Despite the total shutdown of the economy, Sempf’s tactics have grown radio revenues to greater than pre-pandemic heights. Not to be missed.
One of the 21st Century’s great gifts to humanity is the internet. For the first time in our history, it has become harder for tyrants to hide their heinous deeds. Information from every corner of our globe can be sent instantly to millions more. Yet, like every new invention, the internet can be used for good and evil. The democratization of voices has sadly resulted in an easier way for falsehoods to prosper. It’s harder to discern between what is factual and what is fabricated. Too many of us are taken in by false information because we have never been taught the skills to analyse, critically assess and verify.