Crisis Corner Cafe – Disrupting Human Trafficking

By |2019-06-03T15:08:42+00:00April 30th, 2019|Corporate Security, Crisis Management, Crisis Management Speaker, International Business, Resilience|

How often is your company attributing to the illegal goods and services running through the global supply chain?  Imagine turning on the news and your company’s trucks and containers are filled with human beings who are being sold, which is essentially modern-day slavery. Imagine your company is in the headlines for fostering an environment of

Crisis Corner Cafe – Retail Apocalypse

By |2019-05-20T21:09:37+00:00April 23rd, 2019|Corporate Security, Crisis Management, Crisis Management Speaker, Innovation, Retail|

What is the cost of your organizations inability to innovate? Whether you are in retail, technology, video, advertising, transportation, social networking, healthcare or manufacturing, your organization has to constantly strive for innovation. The value that we learn from history, is that it can repeat itself. There are hundreds of organizations that failed, due to the

Crisis Corner Cafe – College Admissions Scandal

By |2019-05-20T21:07:00+00:00April 16th, 2019|Crisis Management Speaker, Higher Education|

Would $25 million be worth the potential for up to 65 years in jail? That is what William "Rick" Singer is facing as the mastermind behind "Operation Varsity Blues", otherwise known as the College Admissions Scandal. Singer was paid by affluent parents to bribe coaches and university administrators to recruit their children and falsify admissions

Crisis Corner Cafe – Jussie Smollett

By |2019-05-20T21:05:45+00:00April 7th, 2019|Crisis Management, Crisis Management Speaker, Entertainment|

Imagine one of your top performing employees being involved with something during their personal time, and within 24 hours your company is making headline news. The headlines come faster than we can keep up from the corner coffee shop to department stores, restaurants, and even in the world of entertainment, companies are spending more resources than ever responding to