3 Crucial Crisis Management Leadership Traits

3 Crucial Crisis Management Leadership Traits

There are many skills and personal traits that leaders should have in everyday business. During a crisis, a leader needs to have a range of specific traits that are crucial to the management of the incident. Here are three of those traits based on my personal...
5 Questions to Help Create Situational Awareness

5 Questions to Help Create Situational Awareness

During an incident it is imperative that the CMT (Crisis Management Team) has good overall Situational Awareness throughout the whole event. This will allow leaders to better understand the situation enabling them to make well informed and accurate decisions. Here are...
Leadership in Crisis: A Culture of Preparedness – Part 2

Leadership in Crisis: A Culture of Preparedness – Part 2

*Incase you missed it, click HERE to read Part 1 of this article. High Reliability Organizations, Recognition Primed Decision Making, “PPOST”, Decision making for leaders who are managing a crisis is very complex particularly when they may have never before faced an...
Leadership in Crisis: A Culture of Preparedness – Part 1

Leadership in Crisis: A Culture of Preparedness – Part 1

Like many strategic planning processes; risk management often gets shuffled to the side. The daily urgent matters take precedent over preparing for the low probability, high-risk icebergs or “Black Swan”[1] events. Economic impact on organizations that are not...