DRJ's Spring 2019

Conference & Exhibit

Attend The #1 BC/DR Event!

Winter Journal

Volume 31, Issue 4

Full Contents Now Available!

DRJ's Book Club

A book will be chosen and communicated to the DRJ community every month. If you are interested in that book, pick it up and read it. (You don’t have to participate with every book) The blog will be opened for comment and discussion on the book. Each blog will have a facilitator to help with the discussion. It is just as easy as that!Brought to you by the DRJ Career Development Committee

November/December 2018 - Book of the Month

Crisis Management: How to develop a powerful program 

by Regina Phelps  (Author)

Businesses and governments worldwide are increasingly being disrupted by more frequent natural disasters, mounting workforce violence, and skyrocketing cyberattacks. It’s increasingly a question of “when” – not “if” – they will face such a crisis. This book tells you how to prepare – step-by-step. The good news is that costs of being prepared are miniscule compared to the staggering hits organizations are increasingly taking. This book gets into the nitty-gritty of preparing for such crises – from building senior management support and involvement . . . to training top-flight crisis management teams. Specifically, it tells business continuity and crisis management professionals how to get their organizations into a constant state of readiness. That’s crucial since, of course, organizations don’t know the precise nature of the crisis in advance (timing, location, or impact). Think in terms of “instant-on.” And, they have to have wide range of contingencies to deal with whatever they may face. Regina Phelps tells you exactly how to do all of that step-by-step . . . and how to build support up and down the organization to make it happen.

Get a copy today from Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0983114358/

What is the DRJ's Book Club

“Learning is not a spectator sport. “ ~ D. Blocher

What was the last business book you read? Or book to improve your competencies and help your career? We get so over-burdened with life and work we stop improving ourselves and then our careers stagnate.

 Join other continuity professionals as we dive into books that will enhance your knowledge and career. Then join the community of readers by providing comments, insights and your experiences through our online blog. Books will all be focused around improving our collective knowledge around business continuity and the competencies that will make us even more successful. Minimal time commitment with a huge reward.

Details:

A book will be chosen and communicated to the DRJ community. If you are interested in that book, pick it up and read it. (You don’t have to participate with every book)

The blog will be opened for comment and discussion on the book.

Each blog will have a facilitator to help with the discussion.

It is just as easy as that!

 

Brought to you by the DRJ Career Development Committee

October 2018 - Book of the Month

Attitude is Everything: 10 Life-Changing Steps to Turning Attitude into Action 

by Keith Harrell (Author)

 

In the world of professional speakers, Keith Harrell is making adifference. Clients such as IBM, Coca-Cola, and Boeing know it -- that'swhy Keith is one of the most in-demand speakers on the circuit. Here,in Attitude Is Everything, he shares the secrets that got him where he is today and provides you with a program for developing a healthier,happier, more productive attitude.

 

This is an enlightening, inspiring, and practical guide for gainingcontrol of your career and your life by ridding yourself of negativebaggage, building positive attitudes, and then turning them into actionsto help you achieve your dreams.

 

Now, along with the Attitude Is Everything workbook, you willhave all the tools for developing and maintaining a powerful positiveattitude in order to get ahead.

 

Available on Amazon