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BCI WiR Career Panel
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Women in Resilience

Resilient women focus of BCI webinar The Business Continuity Institute‘s (BCI) Women in Resilience (WiR) USA Chapter let me moderate a panel yesterday. The talk focused on Women’s Experience in Business Resilience at All Career Stages. It was enjoyable to hear the opinions of such accomplished women. Although we all came from different backgrounds, we

Grieving for the victims
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When Resilience Fails

Another mass shooting event this week What do we do when resilience fails? Or maybe, more accurately, it is not nurtured. Like you, I grieve over the multiple shooting events in the US over the past few weeks. On May 24, 2022, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, United

Confusion about resilience
Business Resilience

What Resilience Is and Isn’t

Not simply a regulation Today, I am sharing what resilience is and isn’t from a business perspective. Many of you have asked me about the emerging resilience work. There’s so much out there that it can be confusing. First, it is not simply a regulatory requirement. In the UK, some of you may disagree as

Women In Resilience Feature
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BCI Business Continuity Awareness Week Feature

Featured in the BCI’s Business Continuity Awareness Week This year’s BCI Business Continuity Awareness Week feature contains a piece I co-authored. I am excited to share that the article on The Hybrid World was published this week. It results from a collaboration with the Business Continuity Institute’s (BCI) Women In Resilience (WiR) group. Working with

Co-workers In Office After the Pandemic
Business Resilience

Workforce Resilience Post-COVID

You are here Let’s take a look at workforce resilience post-COVID. Lately, the service industry is buzzing about considerations for employees’ return to the office. Now that the pandemic is mostly de-escalating globally, leadership signals a return to business. Most organizations remained profitable through the pandemic due to strategic decisions and a dedicated workforce. Yes,

Resiliency in Motion
Organizational Resilience

Real Resilience

Resilience is more than a buzzword Real resilience is taking hold in the business lexicon. The study of resilience is over 40 years old. First, the research focused on children, and later on individuals. The concept blossomed to study families, with a natural progression to communities and cultures. Now, specialized groups, like Aboriginals and even

Disaster Recovery Journal Conference Spring 2022
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In Praise of Conferences

Returning to the world of in-person meetings Last week, I had the fortune to attend the Disaster Recovery Journal’s (DRJ) 66th Annual Conference, and I am in praise of conferences. It’s been over two years since I traveled, and it felt odd to be back at an in-person event. It was also excellent. Honestly, I

Resilience Series Program Requirements
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Resilience Series – Program Requirements

Part 4 Road to Resilience Series – Program Requirements Understanding regulations to set minimums In this fourth installment of the Road to Resilience Series – Program Requirements, we’ll touch on setting the guardrails for compliance. For many, this is the carrot and stick approach to program governance. If your organization uses a stick type of

Strategic Thinking
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Resilience Series – Strategy

Part 3 Road to Resilience Series – Strategy Strategic thinking to reboot a resilience program For the third installment of the Road to Resilience Series – Strategy, I will lead you through the vital steps to creating a roadmap for success. As we move past the pandemic phase of COVID, it’s time to take stock

New York Skyline
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Across the Pond: Is being a woman in resilience any different? Part 2 of 2

Across the Pond: Is being a woman in resilience any different? Part 2 of 2 Have you ever wondered if the experience of your fellow women in resilience across the pond differs from yours? Does working in the Public and or Private sector mean different experiences? Are we just the same woman, having the same

Disaster Empire
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