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In business continuity, it is essential to be an effective communicator in order to effectively convey your plans and strategies to others. If you can’t get your message across to those who need it, often times your planning efforts will not be taken as seriously as they should be. To be an effective communicator, you need an approach that will help you be successful in getting the involvement, support and buy-in that you need. Here are 10 tips to help you be a more effective business continuity planner. Set Goals and Make a Plan Without clear goals, it is easy…
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