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Saturday, October 19 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Crisis Leadership: Attributes that Matter

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Every organization is prone to crisis. Research states that 50% of organizational crisis occur due to action or inaction by leaders. Yet, leading before, during, and post-crisis is left out of leadership education and lacks extensive empirical research. Crisis managers understand how to manage the crisis event.  However, the goal of effective crisis leaders is two-fold: 1. identify and avert the looming crisis, and 2. if averting the crisis is not possible, then lead in such a way that business recovery means the organization emerges stronger, healthier and more resilient than pre-crisis.  This session will simulate all five stages of crisis management and engage the participants in various roles within an organization and their responsibility in averting managing, and recovery of crisis.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Turgeon, M.S.

Paul Turgeon, M.S.

Business Continuity and Emergency program Manager, AAA
avatar for Jaime, Brownlee-Turgeon, Ph.D.

Jaime, Brownlee-Turgeon, Ph.D.

Associate VP of Graduate and Professional Studies Program, Point Loma University


Saturday October 19, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am PDT
Heath 108