This webinar was run in conjunction with the BCI. Join us as we explore how the pandemic forces change on the existing practices of business continuity and resilience. Addressing the new home working dynamic and how plans and playbooks need to adapt in a socially distanced world.
Hosted by: Jim Preen - Crisis Management Director at YUDU Sentinel
Expert guest(s): Jonathan Hemus - Managing Director at Insignia
Date: 16 September, 2020
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In this webinar Jim Preen is joined by Jonathan Hemus to discuss how COVID-19 is shaping and changing business continuity and crisis management. Topics under the spotlight include:
Jim is crisis management director at YUDU Sentinel. The Sentinel crisis management platform is used extensively in the financial, legal, entertainment and engineering sectors. In another life he was a journalist working at ABC News (US) where he covered stories including the Gulf War, the Bosnian conflict and the Concorde crash. He won two Emmys for his work.
Jonathan is managing director of Insignia, a specialist crisis management consultancy. He has over 25 years' experience as a crisis management consultant providing consultancy to world leading organisations including Cathay Pacific, DP World, NFU Mutual & Stagecoach. He has produced countless crisis management plans, tested with crisis simulations and training.