Tag: Resilience

The Animals of Chernobyl

After the Chernobyl disaster humans haven't been allowed to live in the vicinity. That hasn't stopped animals and wildlife from moving into the radioactive area.

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.

Set the Standard – ISO 22316 – Guidelines for organizational resilience

ISO 22316 provides guidance to enhance organizational resilience and being able to make informed tactical and strategic decisions.

Risk-!n event for Risk Professionals!

If you work in Enterprise Risk Management, Security, Insurance and Resilience, Risk-!n is the event for you! Join us on May 31 & June 1 in Basel, Switzerland.

In the face of extreme weather events, Canada must plan for resiliency

This year's federal budget is another step forward in ensuring we are prepared to manage the risks that lie ahead.

Edinburgh Community Resilience Week 2018 – Registration now open

Edinburgh Community Resilience Week 2018 will be held on 24 – 26 April. Find out more about this event.

Insurers urged to play a role in rebuilding economies after disasters

Building economic resilience is fundamentally important to making sure communities can withstand the damage they sustain following a post-loss recovery.

Working from Home: Business Matters

How many big business decisions, are made, wearing slippers (or not)? Working from home is a positive capability in more ways than one! A text by Paul Kudray.

Disaster resilience saves six times as much as it costs

A new report finds that federal disaster-mitigation grants produce an average of $6 in societal savings for every dollar spent.

Not everything can go in the dishwasher

Whatever difficult decision challenges we face today, we can be overburdened as they stack up like the dirty dishes! A text by Paul Kudray.

The Generation Game: Where resilience matters

Resilience starts within the family and generations first, then grows with maturity and experience, in business and working life. A text By Paul Kudray.

Personal Trainer – Resilience Required

Not everyone is perfectly shaped, fit, healthy and capable, but importantly, everyone deserves a chance to be better. A text by Paul Kudray.

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