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January 2018

crisis managment, incident management, new zealand civil defence

Organisations Under Pressure: Leading in a Crisis

Compared to business as usual, a crisis presents a unique and challenging decision-making environment. Whether it’s a natural disaster, hostage scenario, malware attack or other crisis, leaders and team members may be under enormous psychological pressure when managing a major incident. In such extremes, strategic leadership is crucial, particularly as the leader is unlikely to […]

incident management, training, crisis management training, real events new zealand

How Incident Management Exercises Become Reality

Picture this: you’re in a three-hour training and exercise workshop with your colleagues around Crisis Management preparations and best practice. You’ve been learning everything about what your organisation can do now to be best prepared. During the latter half of the workshop, you begin your scenario exercise. This exercise involves the whole class where both […]