2020 is evidence that every business is susceptible to disruption when you least expect it, whether it stems from product tampering, supply chain issues, diversity and inclusion blunders, biological threats, protests and civil unrest, or the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 and the global economy.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are critical for resilience professionals and Emergency Managers. DEI impacts preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery activities for communities globally.
This is a great opportunity for all professionals who manage risk and are building resiliency to get together and share the challenges and experiences over the last months, as well as focus on how to best prepare for what’s on the horizon.
This interactive session will provide business owners with key concepts and strategies for leading through a crisis and recovering from disruption. Business owners will learn steps for creating a robust crisis management playbook to reduce downtime and how to apply concepts to business needs.
In New York City Metro, recovery of the local economy will be shaped by how businesses rebound from COVID-19, civil unrest, natural disasters, and other competing priorities. Join New York City Emergency Management and special guest, Vanessa Mathews in a frank discussion for business recovery approaching 2021.
Join IEM and Asfalis Advisors for a discussion on the experiences and responsibilities of emergency managers during times of civil unrest and protest. Deanne Criswell, Commissioner of the New York City Emergency Management Department, and Andrew Phelps, Director of the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, will be sharing the lessons they have learned as emergency