Keep your resilience planning fresh with ongoing or periodic support.
One-to-one resilience coaching can be effective at various junctures. It’s a great first step to establish priorities for effective company-wide planning. Individual coaching can also be aligned with the planning process, giving you a chance to digest what you’re learning along the way. And, of course, mentoring is the perfect follow-on to a completed resilience program.
By your side as you put your plan into action.
Ongoing coaching helps you keep the focus on your company’s resilience plan, challenge objections, gain buy-in, and drive action. I’ll be by your side while you put your program in motion because sometimes questions don’t come into clear focus until you’ve been fully immersed in building out your plan.
Schedule what you need – weekly sessions, monthly sessions, or something in between. I’m also available for one-time consults or as-needed tune-ups to help you stay on track.
Join the Rainy Day Resilience Community.
The Rainy Day Resilience Community combines the best of coaching, networking, and support, and it’s focused on your success. Join like-minded crisis management and business continuity professionals learning and sharing best practices in a supportive environment.
Each member has a hand in shaping the direction of the community, but some topics of discussion include best practices in preparedness exercises; motivating stakeholders to prioritize resilience in their daily routine; and improving leadership buy-in through engagement and accountability.
As your resilience coach, I guide the community so every member gains and shares valuable insights to build business resilience. The real difference is access to my real-world crisis planning experience and the context I can provide. The Rainy Day Resilience Community is a great follow-on to one-to-one coaching. Find out about groups that are forming soon!
Structure your crisis plan around the reality of your business
Build a crisis-capable team with hands-on learning and real-world exercises
Get a realistic picture of how risks could impact your business continuity