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What are the most common mistakes organizations make when confronted by a crisis? Decisions made, plans not followed, and panic-induced missteps easily headline that list. But there are other less obvious transgressions that need to be avoided when dealing with disaster events.

Log on to Continuity Insights as we present “The Top 10 Most Common Mistakes During a Crisis,” a new webinar scheduled for December 11, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. ET.

We’ll be joined by Scott Teel, Senior Director of Corporate Communications for Agility Recovery, who will share real-life responses in dealing with hundreds of disaster events, large and small, point out the most common mistakes, and show you how to avoid them. He’ll draw upon experiences in recovering hundreds of businesses following events such as the recent hurricanes along the Gulf and East coasts, building fires and plumbing leaks. In addition, he’ll address the aforementioned decisions made, the plans not followed, and the panic-induced mistakes to help you avoid those same situations and lead your organization through a crisis.

Register for this webinar here.

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