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Disaster and Contingency Planning Lessons from the ICU

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The post Disaster and Contingency Planning Lessons from the ICU appeared first on Lead Change. My mom would probably have been a “three” under the Memorial “triage” system, at best a two. A crisis is not the time to decide who is a one and who isn’t.

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How robust are your organization’s crisis response contingency plans?

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Our reader poll today asks: How robust are your organization’s crisis response contingency plans?

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Contingency Planning | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

This is so much the case that the most often overlooked aspect of strategic planning is adequately addressing contingencies as part of the planning process. The two most common outcomes created by a lack of contingency planning are: 1.) watching things grind to a halt as you scramble to evaluate options, and; 2.)

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From Today to Tomorrow: Ensuring Continuity through Strategic Succession

N2Growth Blog

Planning for the Unexpected: Contingency Planning in Strategic Succession In the dynamic business environment, organizations need to be ready for any unexpected changes in management or leadership. Succession contingency planning ensures an organization’s survival and growth during strain, uncertainty, or sudden change.

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How to Lead a Team That Suddenly Has to Work From Home

Let's Grow Leaders

This week we’ve received so many calls from leaders trying to figure out remote working contingency plans and from managers faced with implementing these new work from home policies. If you’re also trying to make the best of a new work-from-home scene, perhaps […].

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How to Help Your Team Gain Clarity During Serious Uncertainty [VIDEO]

Let's Grow Leaders

After talking through each of these questions, you can then focus the conversation on meaningful next steps to take action and build contingency plans. And then, give them a chance to consider the wild cards. For a robust look at creating clarity, you won’t want to miss this article.

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Leading Thoughts for March 9, 2023

Leading Blog

The mere act of contemplating a Plan B sets in motion a feedback loop that dramatically lessens the probability that Plan A will come to fruition. You spend too much of your emotional energy on contingency planning instead of on success.” Source: Burn the Boats: Toss Plan B Overboard and Unleash Your Full Potential II.

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