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New Continuity Insights Webinar: Improving Engagement to Energize Your Program

Continuity Insights will present Improving Engagement to Energize Your Program on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 as part of its continuing educational webinar series. The webinar will be broadcast beginning at 2:00 p.m. ET. Registration is open here.

Engagement. It’s not just a buzzword. If your business continuity program doesn’t have it, you will almost certainly struggle to achieve your desired outcomes. As the person in charge of ensuring that your organization can continue to deliver its products/services in the face of a disruption, ensuring you can achieve your desired outcomes is of great importance!

So, how do you drive energy and engagement with our steering committees, departments leads/SMEs, and executive leadership?

During Improving Engagement to Energize Your Program, Brian Zawada, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Avalution, will lead the discussion and provide insight into the Avalution philosophy and approach to:

  • Engaging the right people
  • In the right meetings
  • While processing the right issues
  • And ultimately… achieving your desired outcomes.

Register for Improving Engagement to Energize Your Program today.

Continuity Insights

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