Describe your worst day as a business continuity professional. That’s the first question asked when taking on the position in an interview. It’s rarely the accomplishments, accolades, or awards. It’s the response, recovery, and demonstrated resilience from the event which has the highest impact. If the answer to the question is a bunch of “I’s and Me’s,” you can move on to the next candidate. Why? Because after the calamity it takes a village for activation. The Village People: A Circle of Trust The village is more than the business continuity management team. The village is the circle of trust…
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