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Organizational Resilience – Connecting the Dots

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Organizational Resilience does not come about by working in silos. Join me, as I talk with resilience and crisis leadership expert Caroline Sapriel, as we discuss how we can connect different groups to create strong crisis leadership and build a sense of organizational resilience. Caroline touches on such topics as: 1) common themes in crises, 2) After Action Reports, 3) Crisis Preparedness, 4) distinguishing between sudden and creeping crises, and 5) Stakeholders Management and Mapping. And more! There is allot of good advice for organizational leaders and resilience professionals on how to look at crises and crisis response to help create Organizational Resilience.

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Op. Resilience in Prof. Services – Compliance in the Supply Chain

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Op. Resilience in Prof. Services – Compliance in the Supply Chain

Join me July 22, 2021 at 9am EST!

In December 20219, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK published a paper that “…Firms identify their important business services and apply resilience impact tolerances.” This has can have a significant impact upon an organization’s supply chain and ensuring compliance with the FCA directive. I speak with Sarah Garrington who will outline the compliance requirements contained within the FCA publication and what organizations can do to address it. Sarah outlines high-level considerations and steps corporate leaders must consider when planning to respond to the FCA requirement and ensure compliance. We even touch on work completed via the Business Impact Analysis (BIA). The FCA directive will have far-reaching impacts, so be sure to tune in and learn what you might need to address, even if you’re not in the UK. A very information and important episode.

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“Presilience” w/ Dr. Gavriel Schneider

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“Presilience” w/ Dr. Gavriel Schneider

Join me July 8, 2021 at 9am EST!

Presilience is a different way of viewing resilience, in individuals and organizations. Join me as I talk with acknowledged subject matter expert on human centric and Integrated Risk Management, Safety and Security, Dr. Gavriel Schneider. Dr. Schneider has extensive senior level management and leadership experience, and talks to us about how the current compliance-based resiliency approach of organizational leaders needs to change. Presilience is about the ongoing use of skills in a way to better your response to risk, whether it is an opportunity, crisis or emergency. It’s not just the commonplace way of utilizing risk management to create a ‘response plan’; it allows you and your organization to be better positioned even after you’ve experienced an adverse situation. We’ll also talk about the VUCM world of risk management (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous).

It’s a real eye-opener of a chat, so don’t miss it!

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Smart Cities (w/ Dr. Jacqui Taylor)

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Smart Cities (w/ Dr. Jacqui Taylor)

Join me July 15, 2021 at 9am EST!

What is a Smart City? In an increasingly chaotic and disruptive world of technology, I talk to Dr. Jacqui Taylor, one of 2019’s Global Leaders and a top 10 global Internet of Things innovator. Dr. Taylor will share her global work as the world’s first Smart City Tsar and define what makes up a Smart City and the considerations, and extensive work required, needed to make cities – and nations – Smart. Dr. Taylor provides us clarity on the benefits of a Smart City and identifies the misconceptions about the top and describing how to recognize a Smart City by not ‘seeing’ the technologies behind it. It’s the next logical step in our development as a community and as a nation(s). An very interesting discussion not to be missed.

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Emergency Management and Certification: An Australian Perspective

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Emergency Management and Certification: An Australian Perspective

Join me July 1, 2021 at 9am EST!

The profession of Emergency Management isn’t always recognized the same way around the globe, neither is Emergency Management certification. I speak with Officer Russell Dippy, the Emergency Management Coordinator for the South Australia Police about the state of Emergency Management in Australia. We’ll define the differences between Incident Management, Emergency Management, and Disaster Management, and Russell will also talk to us about the differences between a a Profession, Professional, and Professionalism. I’ll also talk to Russell about Emergency Management certifications; their significance, how to obtain certifications, and the the key certifications recognized in Australia. Russell will also touch on the challenge of having Emergency Management recognized as a profession in the land of Oz. A very interesting chat, so don’t miss it.

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How to Prepare When You Are Not Expecting

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How to Prepare When You Are Not Expecting

Join me June 10, 2021 at 9am EST!

What does a Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) entail? Join me as I talk with Business Continuity expert Jacopo Capparelli, as he provides insight on what a BCMS program entails. Jacopo will provide some insights on how the ‘Analysis’ phase of the BCMS is often mismanaged and how it can be improved using technology and Artificial Intelligence (AI). We’ll also touch on the key Contingency Resources that all professionals, programs, and plans should address during adverse situations. Jacopo talks about the BCMS program with clear and concise language and shouldn’t be missed by anyone wanting to know more about the BCMS.

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The BCI, Continuous Professional Development, and Mentoring

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The BCI, Continuous Professional Development, and Mentoring

Join me June 17/21 at 9am EST!

As Business Continuity Professionals, it’s important we keep ourselves up to date on the latest methodologies, incident learnings, and happenings in our industry. I speak with noted industry expert Russ Parramore, FBCI about the Business Continuity Institute’s (BCI) Continuous Professional Development (CPG) program. We learn about what CPD is, it’s function, and the benefits it offers today’s professions. Russ will also talk about mentoring and how mentoring helps build a mentee’s abilities, confidence, skills, knowledge, and focus. We’ll also talk about the ongoing working relationship between a mentor and mentee; when it’s working and when it’s not. An informative episode to help you build you BCM career.

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Adaptive Business Continuity – Part 5

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Adaptive Business Continuity – Part 5

Join me June 3/21 at 9am EST!

Join me as I speak to Dr. David Lindstedt and Mark Armour about the the latest happenings with the AdaptiveBC movement, as well as how the Business Continuity industry is changing. We’ll touch on such things as Risk Management, the need to stop focusing on known scenarios and their impacts, and the problems with ‘plans’. David and Mark will also talk about how industry professionals are beginning to take notice of the AdaptiveBC and embrace new ways of performing BC activities and why. We’ll also talk about some of the ‘soft’ skills that BC professionals will need to address moving forward. As always, it’s an exciting chat that makes you really think about where our profession stands and where it might need to go moving forward.

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Well-Being: Creating Resilience in the Teams You Lead

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Well-Being: Creating Resilience in the Teams You Lead

Join me May 20/21, at 9am EST!

All organization’s strive to be more resilient as they move forward. They want resilient processes and operations but without resilient leaders and resilient employees, an organization will never get there. I talk with noted speaker, coach, instructor and consultant, Tammie Horton on how to create resilience within your teams. Tammie will describe the characteristics that can make a person more resilient, as well as describing how the brain functions in relation to resilient states of mind. COVID has put allot of stress on individuals, teams, and organizations, putting a strain on the well-being of many. Mental health and one’s own well-being is key to creating a resilient mindset, workplace, and team. Full of insightful information, this chat with Tammie is not to be missed if you want your teams and team members to be more resilient.

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Cyber-Compromised Data Risk Management

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Cyber-Compromised Data Risk Management

Join me May 6/21 at 9am EST!

Ransomware! Cyber-Crime! Data Risk Management! These are the things that keep Senior Executives awake at night. Join me as I talk with internationally recognized cyber security expert, John Beattie. John will clarify Ransomware; what it is, how it impacts organizations, and how organizations can prepare – and respond to – cyber/Ransomware attacks. John will also clarify for us the difference between Data Recovery and Disaster Recovery, and how the two can actually work together. We’ll also clarify the differences between RPO and RTOs and how during Ransomware attacks, these are almost never met. I’ll be talking to John about the concept of MVDL, which is something many need to hear. A very important episode.

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