BCAW 2019 (2019-05-16): We Talk with BCI Canada

Our 2019-05-16 episode is in support of Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW), May 13-17, 2019, as we replay our chat with Chris Horne of BCI Canada.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/114732/encore-the-business-continuity-institute-canada

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The StoneRoad Team

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Preparing for the Unexpected (Aug 8/19): Preventing and Managing Violence in Organizations

Join us August 8/19, as we talk to Workplace Violence expert and author, Dr. Marc Siegel about how we can prepare and prevent workplace violence.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113739/preventing-and-managing-violence-in-organizations

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Preparing for the Unexpected (Aug 1/19): The Role of the Business Analyst in BCM & DR

Join us August 1/19, as we talk to Business Analyst Bill Baxter who will talk to us about the role of a BA and how they help the BCM/DR professional.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113721/the-business-analyst-and-how-they-help-bcm-and-dr

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Preparing for the Unexpected (July 25/19): DRR and Public Health Concerns in South Africa

On July 25/19 we talk to Dr. Roman Tandlich about Disaster Risk Reduction and Public Health concerns in South Africa, focusing on some of the water challenges being experienced by the country. 

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113567/disaster-risk-reduction-and-public-health-concerns-in-south-africa

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected (July 18/19): Agro-Terrorism w/ Dee Grimm

July 18/19 we talk once again with Dee Grimm about the risk of Agro-Terrorism. 

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113545/agro-terrorism

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected (July 11/19): Community Resilience w/ Prof Geoff Wilson

Join us July 11/19, as we talk to Prof Geoff Wilson from the University of Plymouth (UK) to talk about Community Resiliency.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113475/community-resilience

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The StoneRoad Team

Crisis Communications: When You’re Making Things Worse!

I remember the days when we used to teach people how to communicate during crisis or stressful situations and provide lists of what to do and what not to do in front of the media.  There was media training provided and organizations had media spokespeople. The advent and expansion of social media means that this seems to have fallen by the wayside…or at least that’s the perception created by some individuals that obviously never received any kind of crisis training – communications and then some. Continue reading