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Monthly Archives: July, 2020

Resilience: You Can Develop It Today

Burnout isn’t due to resiliency deficit. It’s still a system issue The prevalence of physician burnout has been well documented, and many organizations initially offer resilience training to improve physician … Continue reading

31/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Conditions are ripe for a major Atlantic hurricane in 2020

Humans see just 4.7km into the distance. So how can we truly understand what the bushfires destroyed? When the ashes from Australia’s last bushfire season cooled, we were left with … Continue reading

30/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Business resilience only possible when people and process are resilient

How To Help Your Employees Adjust To Change It is no secret that people are resistant to change. However, change is not always a bad thing; changes in the workplace … Continue reading

29/07/2020 · Leave a comment

How to make yourself the most resilient creature you can be

How to make yourself the most resilient creature you can be Eco-anxiety is becoming an increasingly prominent mental health issue across the world. To help those who find environmental news … Continue reading

28/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Rare Hawaiian hurricane, packing strong winds and rains, approaches islands

As Texas Reels From Hurricane Damage, Hawaii Braces For Impact As Texas contends with the ongoing aftermath of one hurricane on Sunday, Hawaii is bracing for the impact of another. … Continue reading

27/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Dam collapse in China could point to a ‘black swan’ disaster

Japan’s Brand New Bullet Train Is Earthquake-Proof Despite the postponed Olympics, Japan is still introducing a new high-speed train that the country intended to roll out for the 2020 Tokyo … Continue reading

26/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Integrating Individual and Organizational Well-Being

‘Business As Unusual’ Generates More Human Impact, Resilience And New Experiences Whoever came up with the adage “Life must go on” probably wasn’t imagining a 21st-century world where a virus … Continue reading

25/07/2020 · Leave a comment

This is No Time to Beat Yourself Up: How to Build Self-Compassion.

  How to Help Kids Cope With Situational Anxiety Anxiety is a way we humans have evolved to protect ourselves. In threatening situations, our brains release a string of responses … Continue reading

24/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Climate change blamed for China flood disaster

Climate change blamed for China flood disaster Torrential rains and rising river waters have swept across southern and central China. At least 140 people are dead or missing. Nearly 24 … Continue reading

23/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes: Report

Report: Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes NASA-funded researchers applied artificial intelligence to Facebook user location data captured as two fires wrecked northern California in 2018 and gained … Continue reading

22/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Deepwater Horizon Oil spill has affected mental and physical health of children

  Deepwater Horizon Oil spill has affected mental and physical health of children On April 20, 2010, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig triggered what would become the … Continue reading

21/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Floods in India, Nepal displace nearly four million people, at least 189 dead

Monsoon floods in India, Nepal displace 4 million Floods and mudslides triggered by heavy monsoon rains have displaced millions in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Nearly 200 people are reported to … Continue reading

20/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Using Past to Predict Future: Case of Typhoon Hagibis

  Empower locals to deal with natural disasters: Scientists Experts of GB Pant National Institute for Himalayan Environment, Government of India, said to reduce the drastic impact of natural disasters … Continue reading

19/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Natural Disasters Won’t Stop Just Because There’s a Pandemic: How We Can Be Prepared

Insurance for When FEMA Fails he towns and cities dotting the Mississippi River have been a commercial spine of the American heartland for years, and for just as long have … Continue reading

18/07/2020 · Leave a comment

A silent killer, the heat wave of 1980 remains among the nation’s deadliest weather events

  Natural disasters, card fraud Kiwis’ top security concerns New research from Unisys Corporation reveals that the top three security concerns are natural disasters, e.g. flood, hurricanes, bushfires or epidemics … Continue reading

16/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Trump considered selling Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, former acting Homeland Security chief says

  Flooding and Earthquakes Devastate Chinese Provinces, as Jiangxi Announces ‘Wartime’ Preparations The Chinese regime upgraded its flood response alert to its second highest level on 12th July, after announcing … Continue reading

15/07/2020 · Leave a comment

A Time for New Resilience in a World of Change

  Why Small Firms Are Vital For Post-Lockdown Recovery A new report from The Entrepreneurs Network and Xero highlights the need to support the post-Covid economic recovery by getting more … Continue reading

14/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Japan rescuers battle to reach thousands trapped by floods

Trauma on Trauma: A Pandemic and Back to Back Natural Disasters Leave Puerto Ricans Devastated Starting in late December, a series of earthquakes devastated southern Puerto Rico, forcing thousands to … Continue reading

13/07/2020 · Leave a comment

How Resilient Leaders Think

  How Businesses Have Successfully Pivoted During the Pandemic The nearly instantaneous economic recession triggered by the Covid-19 shutdown has wreaked havoc on businesses large and small. Our very way … Continue reading

12/07/2020 · Leave a comment

To build a resilient world, we must go circular. Here’s how to do it.

    A heat wave thawed Siberia’s tundra. Now, it’s on fire. For months, Siberia has been experiencing extreme heat due to a combination of persistent sunny weather and human-caused … Continue reading

11/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilience In The Face Of Crisis: 4 Lessons Learned From Frontline Technology

  How Phoenix is planning for the ‘Hurricane Katrina’ of heat Phoenix, Arizona, is already the hottest major city in the United States, and climate experts expect temperatures to keep … Continue reading

10/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Japan flooding: Death toll rises as heavy rain wreaks havoc

Japan’s devastating rains move north as millions told to evacuate Pounding rains that have already caused deadly floods in southern Japan have moved northeast, hammering large areas of Japan’s main … Continue reading

09/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Disaster Loans Entrench Disparities in Black Communities

Project Resilience: How Recording Kindness Can Help Build Community Resilience All of the things together, like being pregnant in a foreign country while mourning the loss of my brother, felt … Continue reading

08/07/2020 · Leave a comment

When Natural Disasters Cross the Path of COVID-19

Resilience and creativity to expand amidst the Covid-19 pandemic In an online interview with Anoty Africa’s co-owner, Mr Vhutshilo Nemutshili, he shared this wonderful quote by Maxwell speaking about leadership … Continue reading

07/07/2020 · Leave a comment

When life gives you lemons – what we can learn about resilience

Finding Resilience During Covid-19 Situation As the entire world is working hard towards fighting the coronavirus pandemic, millions of lives are affected due to the lockdown and economic slowdown situation. … Continue reading

06/07/2020 · Leave a comment

How to Have a Resilient, Positive Mindset

  FEMA Examines How Stronger Buildings Lead to Less Disaster Damage The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is studying whether a change in building codes would reduce the amount of … Continue reading

05/07/2020 · Leave a comment

How to Have a Resilient, Positive Mindset

  Defeating Business Disruption in a Post-COVID-19 Era The prospect of an IT outage is one of the key issues that keep IT professionals awake at night. From natural disasters … Continue reading

04/07/2020 · Leave a comment

The Truth About Flood Risk Can Worsen American Inequality

  The Truth About Flood Risk Can Worsen American Inequality Before these individual property scores were available, there was no easy way for your average homeowner or buyer to understand … Continue reading

03/07/2020 · Leave a comment

7 Secrets You Need To Know For Building Resilience

  Top Global Brands Showed Resilience and Saw Increases Through Pandemic Though the ripple effect of the pandemic’s social, economic and personal impacts has been calamitous for businesses both small … Continue reading

02/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Crisis management: lessons learned from natural disasters

  Double crisis: Natural disasters don’t stop for coronavirus The COVID-19 pandemic is a complex worldwide emergency without contemporary precedent. In every nation around the globe, the pandemic reaction is … Continue reading

01/07/2020 · Leave a comment

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