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Three Important Questions
Before you jump into a project, it’s important to answer these three questions:
- Have you defined the problem you want to solve?
- Have you identified existing capabilities to address the issue?
- Are your objectives clearly in-line to sustain or enhance preparedness in a logical manner?
If the answer to any of these was no, then a consulting engagement can help to gain clarity and, in the long run, save your organization time and money. Consider the following types of consulting engagements to help your organization move ahead:
Have you had a change in your emergency preparedness program key personnel? Acquired new facilities? Or are you part of a coalition that wants to build region-wide capability? Consider a capabilities/gap assessment to discover opportunities to improve your emergency preparedness.
Document Review, Validation, and Development
Is it time to review, update, and validate your emergency plans and supporting documents for your organization? I can assess where changes need to occur and determine if supporting components still meet strategic objectives.
Team Building and Facilitation
Do your incident management teams have a clear understanding of objectives, team member roles, and how decisions are made? By creating an environment which requires teams to use creativity and ingenuity to solve problems, I can help them gain confidence in their collective abilities, learn how to work together, and perform at their peak when a crisis occurs.
Is your organization prepared share important communications online or to field questions via social media? An emergency is not the time to discover gaps in your media plan. I can review your crisis communications strategy to assess team preparedness and determine how key messages will be coordinated and delivered.
Contact A Better Emergency
I am available either for piece work or through a master service agreement to provide any of these services and more. Contact me today at email@example.com to begin your consulting engagement.
About A Better Emergency
Most emergencies and disasters are unexpected; however I think that most of the consequences are predictable and that we need to plan against these known consequences.
Here, I hope to encourage conversation, stimulate the imagination, and engage the best minds in how to do emergencies better.
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