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Rx for COVID Fatigue: Where We Are and Considerations for Where We’re Likely Going
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This session explores where we are now and where we might be going as we look into the fall and winter months. We will explore what has worked for you to date and what type of course corrections might be necessary over the next few months. The goal is to improve performance and perhaps more importantly, preserve sanity for us all.

 Export to Your Calendar 9/24/2020
When: Thursday, September 24, 2020
8:30 am - 10:00 am (EDT)
Where: Live Virtual Program Online
United States
Presenter: Regina Phelps, Founder, Emergency Management & Safety Solutions Inc.
Contact: Karen Murphy
978-256-0960


Online registration is available until: 9/24/2020
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8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Program 

 

Rx for COVID Fatigue: Where We Are and Considerations for Where We're Likely Going

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives in ways that we would have never imagined before. The widespread work from home and the closing of businesses have taken its toll. The unspoken question we all have is…how much longer?

This session explores where we are now and where we might be going as we look into the fall and winter months. We will explore what has worked for you to date and what type of course corrections might be necessary over the next few months. The goal is to improve performance and perhaps more importantly, preserve sanity for us all. What else can be done to support your employees and be responsive to their needs? This is the time to do a “reset” to make sure you are in the best position for the cold winter months ahead.

Topics Covered:
  • Where are we now and how much longer is this going to last?
  • What strategies have worked?
  • What type of course corrections might be appropriate?
  • What can you do to support your employees and be responsive to their needs?
  • What to expect this fall?
  • What do you need to do right now?

Regina Phelps
Founder, Emergency Management & Safety Solutions Inc. 

Regina Phelps is an internationally recognized expert in the field of crisis management, exercise design and continuity planning. Since 1982, she has provided consultation and speaking services to clients on five continents. She is founder of Emergency Management & Safety Solutions, a consulting company specializing in crisis management, exercise design and continuity and pandemic planning. A partial list of clients includes Bank of Canada, Bank of Colombia, Bank of Peru, Graduate Institute of Geneva, IMF, Microsoft, Northern Trust, VISA, Ellie Mae, Lam Research, Whole Foods Market, Salt River Project, Stanford University, Caltech Institute, Nike and the World Bank.

Ms. Phelps conducts over 100 exercises per year for her large multi-national clients. She has lectured extensively at international disaster and business continuity conferences, including DRJ, Continuity Insights, WCDM and IAEM.

Ms. Phelps is the author of three exercise design books: Emergency Management Exercises: Exercise Design, From Response to Recovery, Everything You Need to Know to Create a Great Exercise; Emergency Management Exercises: The Instructor’s Guide; and Cyber Breach. Her fourth book, Crisis Management – How to Develop a Powerful Program, was released September 2018. She has also designed college-level courses in exercise design and has written numerous papers and has given hundreds of lectures on the topic.

Ms. Phelps has received numerous honors and awards, including the Business Recovery Managers Association Award for Excellence in Business Recovery Planning, College of the Sequoias’ Hall of Fame, ARC’s Outstanding Employer, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce’s Women Entrepreneur of the Year and the Small Business Administration’s Champion of Small Business. Ms. Phelps was the 1991 Chairman of the Board of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.

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