I learned from survivors, family members and responders what was vitally important to them during and after the crisis response.
The need was so significant it became the focal point of my response work.
It is time to turn the crisis response process upside down — beginning with the
end in mind!
I am an experienced crisis response strategist who has responded to multiple transportation fatality accidents.
I have personally assisted families who lost loved ones in an accident and have commanded hundreds of volunteers who responded to the survivors and families of those tragedies.
Ready to stress test your crisis response plan? Ready to make a difference?
Working together, I will show you how.
HOW DOES A COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION SURVIVE A CRISIS?
Is your organization prepared to respond effectively?
Have you ever had to lead 500+ volunteer company team members through a company crisis? Is everyone in the organization on the same page with how the organization will respond? Are all the stakeholders identified? Priorities identified? Plans drafted? Checklists created? Responders trained? Do you have a continuous improvement plan in place for your crisis response plan?
My continuous improvement plan was responding to multiple crisis’ time and time again. Each response was fine-tuned based on what was learned from the previous response. What we learned may surprise you. Exercising, practicing and conducting drills are a needed component to executing your response when necessary. Having a team who has been there over and over and over again
is even more effective.