Contact Us

Continuity Insights Management Conference

We look at the current pandemic and see daily examples of effective communication, as well glaring examples of communication that can only be described as less than effective. As we’ve seen with government leaders, effective communication recognizes emotions, instills hope, and radiates confidence.

Many of the strategies employed by government and public-sector leaders can be adapted for our own professional responsibilities as we work to keep our employees and customers informed and engaged.

In this article from, the authors detail pitfalls to avoid and proven strategies to embrace to achieve these objectives. Read the full story here.

Continuity Insights

Similar Articles

Preparing and Responding to Civil Unrest and Workplace Violence

Reprinted with permission from the Preparedness Bulletin: Protests, civil disturbances, and rioting across the country leading up to a divisive election bring worries of more violence. Gain an understanding of …

critical components bc program success

Case Studies Track to Present Proven Ideas, Challenges, Lessons Learned

Nine sessions and workshops have been scheduled for the featured Case Studies track at the 2017 Continuity Insights Management Conference. The exchange of practical ideas that can help solve critical …

Cyber Threats Are Top Overall Business Concern

The Travelers Companies, Inc. has announced the results of the 2019 Travelers Risk Index, which found that cyber risks are the top concern among businesses of all sizes for the …

Leave a Comment

Share to...