Originally published on the International Association of Emergency Managers November 2021 bulletin. Written by Vanessa Mathews, CEO of Asfalis Advisors. The post-pandemic world presents four main types of risk to businesses eager to capitalize on pent-up consumer demand, but determined to protect their stakeholders and ensure their businesses remain resilient. In this article, I'm going to lay out
This month Asfalis Advisors CEO Vanessa Mathews published an article in the CISO Magazine titled "Stronger Together: Effective Cyber Defense Requires the Crisis Management and Security Teams to Work in Concert." In the article, Vanessa outlines why it is so essential for organizations to develop internal partnerships and working relationships between the Crisis Management, Business
Episode 73: Crisis Management with an Equity Lens Vanessa is on her own and speaking truth to power in this episode on crisis management and the ongoing racial-justice crisis. Directing her remarks toward people responsible for diversity and inclusion at their organizations, as well as forward-thinking business continuity and risk management professionals, she lays out
Originally published on the International Association of Emergency Managers September 2021 bulletin. Written by Dan Rector, M.S., CEM, Business Resilience Advisor, Asfalis Advisors. Introduction Leadership and team development are more art than science. The variability of human experiences makes it nearly impossible to assign a one size fits all model to them. What is seen
Asfalis Advisors was recognized with the Crowns of Enterprise 2021 Small Business Enterprise of the Year Award. The award category is for a City of Charlotte Small Business Enterprise that has driven economic development in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region. Watch the video to see the reaction from Asfalis CEO, Vanessa Vaughn Mathews.
Over the course of my career, I have been asked to create disruption and chaos, in a simulated environment, to provide a greater awareness of leadership obstacles and opportunities. From sounding fire alarms to see how quickly employees evacuate; simulating hurricanes to see how facilities teams prepare and protect the organizations assets; facilitating disaster recovery
To say state and local governments have been overwhelmed with the onset of the COVID-19 and economic crisis and the long-term impacts of it, is an understatement. The response to reopen the United States in phases has created additional challenges with the pandemic recovery efforts, and people’s lives are at stake. As the federal government
Greater Womens Business Council Radio: Open for Business an Interview with Vanessa Mathews of Asfalis Advisors
Intro: [00:00:04] Broadcasting live from the Business RadioX Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, it's time for GWBC Radio's Open for Business. Now, here's your host. Lee Kantor: [00:00:18] Lee Kantor here. Another episode of GWBC's Open for Business. And this is going to be a good one. Today, I have with me Vanessa Vaughn Mathews.
Welcome to episode #047 of the Business Resilience DECODED podcast with Vanessa Vaughn Mathews. Earlier this year, I published a podcast on Crisis Leadership that discusses the four principles every crisis leader should apply as crisis situations escalate. Many subscribers were able to immediately apply those leadership principles to better protect and serve their people
Most people who invest their time, talent and treasure into starting a company do not want it to fail. Over the years, you’ve poured resources into your organization and made countless sacrifices for it. Without a comprehensive business continuity strategy, a crisis can bring down what you’ve worked so hard to create. One of the