Mid-Florida ACP Chapter March Meeting
Topic: ACP Member Meeting
Speaker: Jim Satterfield, CrisisRisk, Founder & President and Scott Reams, ACP, National Board Chair
Date: Wednesday March 27, 2019, 1:00 PM till 3:00 PM
Location: Disney's Coronado Springs Resort - immediately following DRJ Spring Conference 2019
Snack Provided By: ACP
Description: Jim Satterfield
Leading Tomorrow's Critical Crisis Decisions Today - Getting a seat at the table
Today's strategic crisis risk environment has changed. In reviewing 2018 critical events, disasters, and crises the ability to identify and control these events before escalation into a crisis is essential. Understanding each event's crisis risk potential, the preparation required, and the responses needed empowers leadership. Today's insurance coverages change responsibilities and actions for organizations whether cyber, violence, #METOO, brand, or reputation impacts.
In a crisis, more than one of your strategic assets (brand, reputation, and people) will be impacted. How does your organization make decisions in a crisis? What is your leadership focused on in a crisis? How do you become a key player at the senior leadership decision table? What new role does insurance play?
We will review the ABCs of crisis along with the new role of insurance, give you new decision tools to use, and conduct an interactive exercise.
Description: Scott Ream
The State of ACP
Where is ACP going? A review of 2018's Strategic Goal performance, review of 2019 Strategic Goals, and a refresher on the six (6) Board Committees and their work.
Jim Satterfield, Founder and President of CrisisRisk, is a nationally recognized expert, keynote speaker and author on crisis management, threat assessment, disaster preparedness and business continuity planning. He has experience, as President, CEO and COO of public and private companies, in business continuity, communications, crisis management, environmental, insurance, reinsurance, risk management and technology. Jim has extensive expertise in the identification and quantification of risk.
Jim has led in the development of national standards for risk management, environmental risk and disaster due diligence. He has spoken to hundreds of groups on risk management, crisis management, governance, disaster planning and preparedness.
Jim’s analysis and experience in working with thousands of businesses has led to the foundation for all CrisisRisk services and initiatives. Jim emphasizes promoting and enforcing a culture of preparedness to protect an organization’s assets, brand/reputation, revenues and enterprise value.
Jim led the team that provided the crisis and media management support at Virginia Tech in response to the shootings, as well as hundreds of other client crisis engagements.
Jim’s philosophy is that “Every crisis is a human crisis.” He co-authored Disaster Ready People for A Disaster Ready America. The book guides individuals in developing their own preparedness plans at home. This benefits corporations as the key to having employees perform at work is for them to know their families are safe – a fundamental building block for all business continuity plans – at work.
Jim is also a dynamic, engaging and compelling public speaker and receives exceptionally high praise from his audiences. His keynote addresses, seminars, workshops and exercises are highly-interactive presentations on preparedness and response measures.
Jim is personally involved in selecting and designing exercises to fit the audience and speech topic. Test exercises engage the audience in the decision-making processes required of them during a crisis – a rare opportunity to practice both tactical and strategic measures before an actual emergency forces response.
Jim has conducted these preparedness seminars for public and private corporations, associations and government agencies. Promoting and enforcing a culture of preparedness protects a company’s assets.
Scott Ream is Chairman of the Board of Directors of ACP, the Association of Continuity Professionals. Scott Ream is the President of Virtual Corporation, and a business continuity pioneer, leader, author & strategist. With over 30 years in IT support, business process design & consulting services, he has leveraged his experience in the design of Virtual Corporation’s innovative products & services. His vision is that prudent, practical continuity preparedness can be cost effectively achieved & sustained. Scott has written many articles on continuity & frequently speaks at conferences. Scott has a BAS in electrical engineering & entrepreneurial business development from the University of Pennsylvania; a combined undergraduate degree from the Moore School of Electrical Engineering & the Wharton School of Business.
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