crisis management

Defining A Crisis So It Doesn’t Define You

In my capacity as Vice Chair for the ASIS Crisis Management and Business Continuity Community, I recently wrote the above noted article providing some baseline guidance for crisis managers. One of the many benefits of being an ASIS member is immediate access to such featured content. For those of you who are not yet ASIS members, I have provided a PDF copy below and the following synopsis.

Travel security assistance providers – how to choose?

Over recent months, corporate executives and their decision-making has pivoted from the Covid-19 pandemic to focusing on business resumption/recovery, including global travel. Working overseas is often a key element in a thriving business, but it comes with its challenges.  Travelers can become sick or injured, local events can disrupt movement and some environments are inherently …

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Violence in the workplace – are you ready?

I recently moderated an ASIS Chief Security Officer Huddle where the topic was “mass casualty” events. This was after the tragic shootings in both Atlanta, Georgia, and Boulder, Colorado. When preparing for the online event, there were 7 multiple casualty shootings in the 7 days between the two events! Although our collective attention is still …

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From ‘Lockdown’ to ‘Open for Business’: Preparing For The Next Crisis

Much has been written and said about the wide-ranging impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on businesses around the globe. The turmoil created from the sudden and mass closure of entire industries is like nothing we have ever experienced in our lifetime. The seemingly sudden nature of the pandemic combined with its pervasiveness and length of …

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