All posts by Paul Kudray

A truly down to earth, grounded individual who is a resilience professional. Helping people and organizations to build and maintain their capabilities to respond to and recover from, crisis, emergencies or disasters. Paul is the 'resilience maverick' because he is not like the average resilience professional. Email: paul@kudrayconsulting.com

Bite size resilience – A masterclass in resilience

Yes, we need technology and infrastructure, but what do we do when you don’t have access to those commodities? It shouldn’t stop you from being resilient.

Bite size resilience – Timing

It's a fact that something will go wrong in our lives, at some point or another. But disaster has no respect for the clock. Our life clocks. Bad timing is inevitable.

Brexit Resilience: Conception to Grave

From conception to the grave, the UK, and the rest of Europe, need resilience and security going forward, no matter what is delivered on March 29th 2019.

Bite size resilience – Self mockery is a trait of resilience

Why the ability to self-mock yourself, shows great maturity and resilience (in my eyes anyway).

Bite size resilience – Are you ready?

...for anything? Risk and resilience go hand in hand!

Bite size resilience – Fashionable Resilience Advice

Business continuity and crisis management plans can be confusing on the eye. The only way to test them, is to exercise them.

Conference Shows and Quality Street

Organisers and exhibitors should be thanked for considering the visitors quirky needs. Freebies aren't the most important thing to take away.

To be continued…

Because you want and need your life adventure to be continued, and there are people you can help, we can work together to build resilience and help save the day, perhaps even save some lives too!

Magical gifts to overcome your fears

We can all learn from our own experience that resilience isn't complicated... Art mirrors life, resilience mirrors life too.

Working together to improve organisational resilience: Collaborate rather than separate

BCAW2018 has finaly arrived! Check out Paul's analysis of this year theme, ''Working together to improve organisational resilience''.

Does specific sector experience matter to Business Continuity Management?

Does experience in a specific sector really make a difference when applying objective BCM?

The humble ‘Banana Skin’ – possibly the greatest risk management tool ever

Paul Kudray explains why the 'Banana Skin' is as much important for risk managers as it is for kart racers!

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