9 Potential Barriers to Critical Decision Making

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Let’s face it, decisions are hard to make in critical situations and when we add the stress…

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Guy Higgins On: United Airlines Flight 3411

On April 10th, United Airlines flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville, KY, was fully boarded when a…

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Guy Higgins on: Employee Turnover

I watched the American and National Football Conference Championship games this year. After one game, the announcers…

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Disruption is Endlessly Creative

Our friends at R3 Continuum have graciously allowed us to share an article written by Jeff Gorter,…

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The Future of Logistical Resupply for Disaster Management, Response and Recovery

One of the basic preparedness rules for successful disaster response and recovery is the principle that one…

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Executive Meetings – Critical Forums or Kabuki?

Patrick Lencioni wrote Death by Meeting in which he explored the usefulness of meetings and made some…

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A Guide to Active Shooter Insurance in 90 Seconds – Part 4: Standard Coverages May or May Not Respond

Does standard insurance coverage protect your organization from a lone-wolf attack or active shooter incident? In this…

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Leadership “At the Front”

Let me start with a short story about a trip I recently took. On my return, I…

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2017 Board of Directors Predictions: 5 Trends to Watch

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2016 was a year marked by significant changes—stunning political upheavals via Brexit and our own controversial new…

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Business Continuity: Getting a Seat at the Table

Why inviting business continuity for appetizers rather than table scraps mitigates risk and lowers cost. It is…

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