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Monthly Archives: May, 2020

No Resiliency Strategy? You’re Taking a Big Risk.

  No Resiliency Strategy? You’re Taking a Big Risk, Report Warns Utilities Utilities without resilience strategies are taking a risk that jeopardizes their companies and customers, says a new report … Continue reading

31/05/2020 · Leave a comment

To be resilient, start by avoiding the word “happiness”

Resilience Is A Mindset Of Awareness And Practice History is filled with stories of tragedy, upheaval and immense challenges. In Viktor E. Frankel’s book, “Man’s Search for Meaning,” he recounts … Continue reading

30/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Building a Resilient Family: Why Resilience is More Important than Ever

  U.S. lawmaker wants insurers, govt. to share future pandemic business losses U.S. legislation introduced on Tuesday would create a taxpayer-backed insurance program to protect businesses from revenue losses during … Continue reading

29/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Mental Health: Role of the individual for their well-being in the pandemic

  How Do Public Health Emergencies and Natural Disasters Affect Mental Health Care Access? Public health emergencies and disasters often have unique challenges that require flexible solutions. Different disasters and … Continue reading

28/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Helping communities build resilience in children during a time of considerable upheaval

  Builders Call For $13 Billion Stimulus Action Plan A $13.2 billion building and construction stimulus action will stimulate over $30 billion in new economic activity and create more than … Continue reading

27/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Build Mental Resiliency in Young Readers

The Worst Types of Cyclones are Becoming More Likely India and Bangladesh are currently reeling from Cyclone Amphan. The cyclone made landfall on Wednesday, forcing millions into shelters. Prior to … Continue reading

26/05/2020 · Leave a comment

How will COVID-19 impact Nepal’s earthquake-reconstruction efforts?

  Recovery begins after storm ravages Indian, Bangladesh coast Authorities began clearing roads and assessing damage on Friday after Cyclone Amphan barrelled through coastal communities in eastern India and neighbouring … Continue reading

25/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Burnout is an emerging trend threatening employee well-being during the pandemic.

Think it’s bad now? Wait until hurricane and fire seasons start So far, 2020 has been a year of disruption for many Americans. Finances and lives have been upended by … Continue reading

24/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Deloitte Study: When Resilience Can Determine Organizational Survival,

Why future system resilience must be built into recovery plans Personal resilience has been in vogue for a while, and has been given an obvious boost by the pandemic. We … Continue reading

23/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Why we turn to scientists in times of crisis

Experts on how they developed resilience in extremely stressful situations It’s hard to know just how much we can say that self-isolation is causing us to struggle. For every statement … Continue reading

22/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Ten things you can learn from women’s resilience that will help you stay strong in the time of COVID-19

A Short Guide to Disaster Recovery for SMEs Disaster can happen for any company, regardless of size. In terms of IT disasters, common issues result from malware (which may lead … Continue reading

21/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Lessons from COVID-19 Lockdown: How tiny actions can unlock psychological energy to boost motivation

Lessons from COVID-19 Lockdown: How tiny actions can unlock psychological energy to boost motivation “Trapped in prison,” is how one person described the COVID-19 lock down for a month, and … Continue reading

20/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Being able to begin again is at the heart of resilience

  Disasters like COVID-19 bring us together — if we let them Some disasters bring us together. The 1995 Great Hanshin Earthquake spawned volunteerism on a scale unprecedented in Japan. … Continue reading

19/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Lessons from past epidemics, natural disasters

Business maps out post-pandemic resilient future The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a harsh blow to businesses in Latin America and the Caribbean but the private sector has a vital role … Continue reading

18/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Military psychologist explains why grit matters as much as intelligence

The New Normal: Building Resilience to Keep Business Moving The past couple of months have brought unprecedented challenges that have interrupted our everyday lives and the way we do business. … Continue reading

17/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Rebuilding from disaster: it doesn’t end when housing aid projects finish

  Organizational Resilience We have now entered a white ocean business world. Given the rapidly evolving enterprise landscape that the global pandemic has thrust us into, cultivating employees who can … Continue reading

16/05/2020 · Leave a comment

7 ways to rebuild Australian resilience

  Making Art Will Keep Your Brain Resilient as You Age Making art can help keep your mental faculties strong as you age, according to a new study out of … Continue reading

15/05/2020 · Leave a comment

How To Apply The Brain Science Of Resilience To The Classroom

Building Flood Resilient Communities in Small Island States The British Virgin Islands (BVI) suffered three catastrophic natural disasters in August and September 2017. In August, the BVI was struck with … Continue reading

14/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Can Adversity Make Us Stronger?

How to build children’s resilience, and your own, amid coronavirus unknowns The world is upside down right now due to coronavirus. Although there are early signs of tentative re-openings for … Continue reading

13/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Teaching Corporate Resilience To Tomorrow’s Leaders

Why Now is the Time to Think Global Perhaps characteristically for the global media, as COVID-19 cases soar in the US and Europe, little attention is being paid to Africa, … Continue reading

12/05/2020 · Leave a comment

April’s Killer Tornadoes Cost Insurers Billions in Claims: Aon Report Extensive severe weather events in the United States during April cost insurers billions of dollars, according to the latest edition … Continue reading

11/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Building Organizational Resilience Through Learning

When a Black Swan Comes The Second Line of Defense team have been involved in crises management situations throughout their careers. And crises management is a key issue in which … Continue reading

10/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Don’t look now, but the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season could break records

Trans Communities Are Demonstrating Incredible Resilience In late February, New Orleans hosted its annual Mardi Gras celebrations. As usual, there were vivid floats, crowds galore, and attendees adorned in green, … Continue reading

09/05/2020 · Leave a comment

How to build resilience through COVID-19

To Be More Resilient in a Crisis, Focus on Meaning, Not Happiness here are a lot of sad, stressed people out there right now, pacing their homes wondering how to … Continue reading

08/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Study finds that two-thirds of UK organizations surveyed had no pandemic plans in place before COVID-19

What Rome Learned From the Deadly Antonine Plague of 165 A.D. round 165 A.D., the Anatolian town of Hierapolis erected a statue to the god Apollo Alexikakos, the Averter of … Continue reading

07/05/2020 · Leave a comment

4 ways to build organisational resilience

Elder Millenials Are The Most Resilient Generation Technically, I’m a Millennial. According to the Pew Research Center, anyone born between 1981 and 1996 is a Millennial, and I was born … Continue reading

06/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Having A Trustworthy Boss Is Good, But Being Resilient Is Better

This Pandemic Has Exposed The Missing Piece In Employee Engagement The current pandemic and scores of employees working remotely have shown that employee engagement is not entirely dependent on having … Continue reading

05/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Building Resilience in the Days of the Coronavirus: Lessons from the Great Depression

Dubrovnik: The medieval city designed around quarantine Since ancient times, societies have attempted to separate people with disease from those who remained unaffected, with references to self-isolation dating back to … Continue reading

04/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Psychological Trauma Is the Next Crisis for Coronavirus Health Workers

Cities face 100 million ‘new poor’ in post-pandemic world: experts bout 100 million people living in cities worldwide will likely fall into poverty due to the coronavirus pandemic, urban experts … Continue reading

03/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Can AI predict the next big flood before it happens?

The COVID College Experience: Building Resilience, Finding Structure And Maintaining Connection The COVID-19 experience represents a traumatic experience for everyone. The combination of stressors seems limitless, and includes fear of … Continue reading

02/05/2020 · Leave a comment

9/11 or coronavirus, which one is the biggest disaster for America so far?

9/11 or coronavirus, which one is the biggest disaster for America so far? Nearly two decades after Manhattan’s Twin Towers fell in history’s deadliest attack on US soil, the coronavirus … Continue reading

01/05/2020 · Leave a comment

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