How a Disaster on the Opposite Side of the Globe Can Impact Your Business

supply chain risk

By: Jim Satterfield, Firestorm CEO/President/Co-Founder, and Candace Kaiser, Firestorm Content Marketing Manager The world experienced two very…

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Does Your Organization Take Longer to Recover from a Crisis than Most?

Five hundred, twenty-five thousand, six hundred (minutes). Reading that sentence may, or may not, have sparked a…

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You May be Guilty of Using These 5 Excuses to Avoid Crisis Planning

Preparing for a disaster may not be at the top of everyone’s to-do list. Deadlines, proposals, and…

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Whether an Airline or a School Bus Company – Response is the Same

First, some background: On May 17th of this year, there was a horrific New Jersey School Bus…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Prepping for the 2018 Hurricane Season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released its predictions for the 2018 Hurricane season. The Climate…

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Cognitive Bias and Community Resilience – By Dr. John Plodinec

Cognitive thoughts

Reposted with permission of: Dr. John Plodinec, Community and Regional Resilience Institute Have you ever tried to…

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Heroism or Professionalism?

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Recently, Southwest Airlines flight 1380 experienced a catastrophic engine failure (note for non-aviators: a catastrophic engine failure…

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Southwest CEO Demonstrates Leadership in Crisis Communication

Gary Kelly Video Remarks following April catastrophic engine failure

Engine failure at 30,000 feet forced the emergency landing of a Southwest Airlines jet on Tuesday, leading…

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Reframing Resilience

Community, City

Reposted with permission of Dr. John Plodinec of CARRI “There is no power for change greater than…

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