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Your First 100 Days – Seven Steps to Maximizing Your BC Program

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Business continuity professionals change jobs for a variety of reasons, often a new opportunity, significant challenge, or to find a different company culture. Regardless of the circumstance, a comprehensive, detailed roadmap will help you do things RIGHT!!… a second, third or even a fourth time!

This Continuity Insights New York Conference session – Your First 100 Days – Seven Steps to Maximizing Your BC Program – will provide you with that roadmap, discussing how to position yourself in “Your First 100 Days” to maximize your opportunity by increasing your influence, program significance, and your image. The seven topics to be covered include:

  1. Making sure it’s the right job for you
  2. Preparing yourself and making a great first impression
  3. People Smart: Building powerful relationships & alliances
  4. Securing quick wins
  5. Evaluating the current state and designing just-the-right program
  6. Reimagining a service delivery model that works
  7. How to lead without title or authority

Learn more about this session and the 2017 Continuity Insights New York Conference scheduled for October 23-24 at the TKP Conference Center in the heart of New York City.

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