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Are you a business continuity professional under the age of 40? Are you interested in getting more involved in networking and building lasting professional contacts? Well, we want to hear from you.

We want your opinions and thoughts on all things business continuity, resiliency and disaster recovery. As you know, the DRJ team is focused on positive change and growth within our industry, problem is – most of us are over 40 (uhm, some way over 40…) this means it can be a challenge for us to stay up-to-date with the latest in communication technology (Slack, etc), pressing issues facing young professionals, and career obstacles and barriers.

With this in mind, we’ve put together a few questions that we would really appreciate your taking a few minutes to answer. Of course, all information will be kept confidential. We would like permission to contact you though for potential follow-up questions, etc.

Click here to read what other business continuity professionals under the age of 40 are saying about the industry and their experiences.


Young BC Professionals Under 40
  1. Name*
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  5. Years working in BC/DR*
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  6. How did you end up working in BC/DR?
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  7. What do you see as the number one challenge you face as a young professional?
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  8. How do you communicate and collaborate with your peers and colleagues, for example: Slack, Skype, email, etc.?
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  9. Do you expect to spend your entire career in BC/DR? Why or why not?
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  10. What advice would you like to give to new BC professionals? Anything you wish you knew when you were starting your career?
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  11. What gets you excited about your career?
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  12. Are there any aspects of working in BC that you would like to see change/evolve?
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  13. What would you tell a college/university student to get them excited about and interested in a career in BC?
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  14. Can you tell us what your ideal conference session would focus on?
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  15. Have you attended one of our conferences? Please give us your honest feedback on what you liked, disliked, and would like to see changed.
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  16. What kinds of learning and networking opportunities are you looking for?
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  17. What kinds of training have you had to improve your BC knowledge/skillset?
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  18. Are you pursuing any BC/DR specific certifications? Why or why not? If so, which ones are you pursuing?
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  19. Anything else you’d like to add?
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