After the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001, and Hurricane Katrina occurred while he was pursuing his bachelor’s degree, Luis Tapia wanted to help the communities recover and heal. He focused on his studies on hazards and disasters. At that time he worked at the American Red Cross in Dallas. This was a wonderful experience and it helped him to realize how he could contribute to increasing the readiness and resilience of organizations and communities. Tapia is now a resiliency relationship manager at a financial services company. He has worked in the business continuity and disaster recovery profession for 11 years.…
What You Don’t Know About Paging
Technology pundits have long predicted the demise of pagers. And yet, many first responders and hospitals in the U.S. continue...
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Should Brands Take a Political Stance?
https://youtu.be/mWNAvGDggB4?si=p4-78TQ6p8zMAWsz Episode 164: Should Brands Take a Political Stance? In 2024, we are entering election season, which in the U.S....
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Crisis Communications: Sharing Information, Protecting Your Brand
Crisis communications has become an integral part of crisis management. In today’s world, how you talk to the outside world...
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After-Action Reports and the Blameless Postmortem Concept
Subscribe to the Business Resilience DECODED podcast – from DRJ and Asfalis Advisors – on your favorite podcast app. New...
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