In Person Meeting:
Exorcise Atrophy: 3 Steps to Better Exercises
PDCA (Plan Do Check Act) fatigue is a real thing, especially when it comes to the exercise element in business continuity efforts. Even robust, fully resourced programs can settle into a comfortable lull when it comes to the annual demonstration requirement.
Whether you’re a novice whose experience is limited to a few plan ‘walk-throughs’, or a grizzled veteran with years of experience leading functional, multi-day exercises with Chuck Norris at your side, there’s a benefit in considering something new.
Elizabeth Stevens will share three simple steps to consider if you want to take your teams and plans to the next level of preparedness.
1:30p Welcome and announcements
1:40p Session - 3 Steps to Better Exercises
2:45p Breakout rooms for networking around BC, DR, CM and general topics
Elizabeth Stevens has spent 30 years focusing on safety, security, and preparedness, with deep experience writing, planning, facilitating, and evaluating drills and exercises of all types. She has held front-line roles as well as senior executive positions at Fortune 500 companies including Northwest Airlines, Target, Ameriprise, and United Health Group. Ms. Stevens’ government work includes time spent as a member of the Office of Emergency Management for the City of Minneapolis, and two years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Ms. Stevens is currently Director of Communications, Public Affairs and Community Outreach for The Event Group Incorporated. Ms. Stevens Girls Scout camp nickname was Pickles, a “fun fact” not found embedded in her passwords or security question answers.
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