When Everything is Going Well – The Duty of a Leader by Guy Higgins

As I was doing a little research for one of my posts, I came across an aviation…

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Anticipating Workplace Violence at Termination

Every year, millions of American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. According to the U.S….

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Crisis Stress: Part 3 – Psychological and Cognitive Effects

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In the first two parts of this essay series (Crisis Stress: Part 1 – How and Why…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Natural Disaster Preparedness – Earthquakes

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In 2017, natural and man-made catastrophes accumulated $144.3 billion in insured losses. Nearly $2 billion of those…

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Jim Satterfield Interviewed on CBS46: Artificial Intelligence Used to Ward off School Attacks

Although the summer season doesn’t conclude until mid-September, summer vacation is coming to an end for teachers,…

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OSU vs. Urban Meyer vs. The Law

Firestorm encourages thought leadership across a variety of industries. We are pleased to share insights from guest…

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Five Aphorisms, and an Afterword – Community Resilience

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Reposted with permission of Dr. John Plodinec, Community and Regional  Resilience Institute Five years after Hurricane Katrina,…

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Hart Brown, Firestorm COO on the Gig Economy and Insurance

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According to Risk and Insurance Magazine, the number of gig economy workers (without employer-provided benefits and protections…

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