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As Continuity and Resilience professionals, we are constantly parsing through data to get insights that will assist us in assessing organizational risk, continuing critical operations, and supporting the priority of employee life safety. This is a tall order, coupled with the need to manage personal life on the side!
How do you balance it all? You don’t… you integrate and PARSE: Prepare, Assess, Remediate, Sustain, and Examine. Over the course of her 30 year career, Michele Turner has found that the aspects of continuity and resilience have been woven in to her day to day so much so, that she applied some of these tactics to manage through life’s interruptions. During this session, Michele will discuss this methodology, and how it can be used to support both personal and professional life.
“It is in the challenge, in the change, that we learn our greatest lessons”.
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The past two plus years have been a societal roller coaster of challenge and change, blowing up old assumptions about the workplace, business practices, and testing how corporations respond to crises. The COVID-19 pandemic, work from home movement, supply chain disruptions, political polarization, and pressure on corporations to engage in social issues have each provided an unexpected real-life test of existing crisis plans. In this session, we’ll look at how effectively the crisis management process met those tests. What worked? What didn’t? What have we learned? What are the implications for the future of crisis communications?
Speaker: Wendy Vlieks, Senior Director, Public Relations, Issue & Crisis Management, Nestlé Purina PetCare Company