Moving From Silos to Collaboration in Crisis Management
This webinar will examine how to close the gap between planning and analysis and establish an active crisis management team and strategy that focuses on real-world execution and resolution.
Join Sarah Powell, Temple University’s Director of Emergency Management and Kevin McNulty, Director of Product Management, Critical Event Management at Everbridge to find out how to move from a passive to an active crisis management strategy.
Many higher education institutions, struggle to maintain command and control throughout the entirety of a crisis because of a lack of departmental collaboration. Responders in the field are often confused and not sure who is responsible for what tasks, and it takes a tremendous manual effort to keep everyone working from the same common operating picture.
This webinar will examine how to close the gap between planning and analysis and establish an active crisis management team and strategy that focuses on real-world execution and resolution. Attendees will learn crisis management best practices, including:
- Team and command structure
- Turning static response plans into active tasks
- Maintaining a common operating picture
Register now to learn how to establish an effective crisis management strategy and ensure your response plans get executed properly no matter what crisis you are facing.
Sarah Powell is the director of emergency management at Temple University in Philadelphia. In this role, she provides leadership, subject matter expertise and vision for TUready, the Temple University emergency management program. She is responsible for incident and crisis management planning; business continuity and disaster recovery strategic planning; and educational initiatives for staff, faculty, and students. She also has served as an adjunct faculty member at Philadelphia University and Temple University.
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