Firestorm COO Hart Brown featured on TMIB Podcast on Crisis Management
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Host: Sharon Lorman, Vice President
Cohosts: Jeff Marsico, Executive Vice President and Rich Trauger, Managing Director
Guest: Hart S. Brown, Executive Vice President and COO of Firestorm
Topic 1: Crisis Management: When your Reputation is at Stake
A damaged reputation can cost an organization in terms of lower share price, decreased brand value, lost revenue and customers, and increased operating or regulatory costs. It’s important to have a crisis management plan in place before something happens so that management can best respond and protect shareholder interests. Our podcast guest for this topic is Hart S. Brown, Executive Vice President and COO of Firestorm (a Novume Company), a nationally recognized brand in preparedness and crisis management.
Firestorm is well known for its contributions in handling some of this nation’s worst crises, as well as providing thought leadership in the prevention of catastrophic events. The Company was created based on the concept that almost all threats and vulnerabilities can be identified, and therefore, either mitigated or eliminated. Its products and services assist senior leadership in the assessment, evaluation and control of strategic risk. As COO, Mr. Brown leads the development, acquisition and growth of key practices and people. Additionally, he manages the acquisition and integration strategy and directs the planning and budgeting process for all of the Firestorm companies and acquisitions.
Is your Bank prepared for a crisis?
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