Rave Mobile Safety Virtual Summit Set for October 19-21, 2020

The Rave 2020 Summit will be held on October 19-21, 2020. There will be interesting keynote speeches, networking opportunities, product training, best practice sessions, and more.

Rave Mobile Safety has decided to hold a virtual Rave 2020 Summit this fall to keep participants, exhibitors, and staff safe. For the very first time, the Summit is virtual, nevertheless. it will still offer all the components of a live conference, although in an online setting.

For VIP ticket holders, the Rave 2020 Summit begins on Monday October 19, 2020. There will be product training sessions intended for Rave Alert Admins and addresses best practices and recommendations, Rave Alert basic training and Rave Panic Button management.

There will be keynote presentations, sessions on best practices, roundtable and panel discussions, and more instructional sessions on the second and third days of the summit. All attendees can join on October 20, 2020 (second day), while only Rave customers can join on October 21, 2020 (third day).

All through the event, attendees will get the chance to have one-on-one talks with a Rave product expert in the Guru Lounge and can ask questions and get advice on crucial safety issues.

The Schedule of the Summit for Healthcare Professionals on the second day, October 20, 2020 will include:

11:30 am – 12 pm: Clint Emerson Keynote presentation: Clint Emerson is a best-selling author, a retired Navy SEAL and a crisis management expert. He will give you the necessary skills to get prepared for a bad situation in the world.

12-12:10 pm: Networking Break: Find out who’s joining the Rave Summit, get in touch and talk with other people in the business and healthcare industry.

12:10-12:40 pm: Session on Communication Challenges: Find out what’s wrong with communication. If a person doesn’t receive the message, there are essentially 20 crucial failure modes. The topics to be discussed in this session include the Sender-Medium-Receiver Model of communication, the fundamental reasons for communication failures, and the three types of information that are required for successful communication.

12:40-1:10 pm: Roundtable Session: Discussion on the Lessons Learned & Best Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic for people in businesses and healthcare.

1:30-2 pm (Choose One of the Two Sessions):

  1. Oh No! Not Another Emergency Notification System

In January 2018, Wake Forest University encountered its first homicide because of a shooting at a party organized by non-Wake Forest affiliates. There was fast action by the University Police Communication Center to give an alert utilizing their emergency notification system, however things didn’t go as intended. Find out from Wake Forest University Police Department’s communication center supervisor as she explains what went wrong, the changes the university has implemented, and how her team got on board the setup of Rave Alert.

  1. Panel Discussion: Effective Constituent Communication

2020 has reconfirmed the value of prompt and efficient communications between constituent, stakeholder and employee. Besides having the first pandemic in more than 100 years, the U.S. is struggling with several other crucial events such as extreme weather and civil unrest. Learn from panelists as they talk about their various experiences and techniques to ensure the safety of their communities and keeping them informed.

2-2:45 pm: Panel discussion: The Next Phase of COVID-19 Response and Beyond

Panelists in this session will talk about the concerns associated with emergency response and crucial communication and collaboration in this time COVID-19, the improvements organizations have done by now, and how to make use of the lessons learned since March 2020 to get ready for the next stage or crisis.

How to Participate in the Summit

Get your general admission tickets for free and you can join the best practice sessions, keynote speaker presentations on October 20, 2020 and panel discussions.

Existing Rave users can get a general admissions ticket for free and can join the best practice sessions and keynote speaker presentations from October 20 to October 21, 2020.

Those who get VIP tickets can access the product training sessions on October 19, 2020, the best practice sessions and keynote speaker presentations on the other two days, and the Guru Lounge sessions. VIP Tickets cost $99 per person.

Register for the Rave 2020 Summit now until October 16, 2020, and 12pm ET.

Elizabeth Hernandez

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