Violence of any kind can disrupt an organization, and the more severe the event, the greater that disruption. How do these institutions get back to business? Where do they start? How do they get from an act of violence, to recovery and then back to business? Companies need to be prepared to address violence and the aftermath through response protocols, crisis communications and recovery. A workshop on Wednesday, May 4 on the east campus at Iowa Central Community College in Ft. Dodge will offer assistance for businesses in developing contingency planning. Presenters are Michelle Cross from Boston, Mass. who is a business continuity leader for Wells Fargo Insurance with over 20 years’ experience and Lorie Alito of Milwaukee, Wis. who is a senior business continuity consultant. For more information on the workshop or to register, follow this link.
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