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Post-Disaster Response: What NOT to Do

Learn about the five actions you should avoid taking after your business has experienced a disaster.



Hilton Brown has more than 25 years' experience in the insurance and risk management industry. Hilton has extensive experience in claims handling, risk consulting, business continuity planning, and Emergency Response Management ("ERM") previously working for two leading global insurance firms. Currently, he excels as a National Account Manager at Interstate.




Factors that Could Make or Break the 2014 Hurricane Season

Hear Dr. Klotzbach discuss the Tropical Meterology Team's latest forecast insights, as well as explain what the two biggest factors are that could impact the current Atlantic basin hurricane season.



Over the course of his career, Dr. Klotzbach has received national and international attention for his work in researching weather patterns and forecasting hurricanes. For the past 13 years, Dr. Klotzbach has also co-authored the Atlantic basin hurricane forecast with his esteemed colleague, Dr. William Gray, from Colorado State University's Department of Atmospheric Science.






Marks of a Crisis Leader Podcast Series

Listen to the compelling podcast recordings below to hear from Dr. Robert Chandler (otherwise known as Dr. Bob) what it takes for leaders to be most effective during a crisis.

Part 1:
Strong Communication

Listen in as Dr. Bob explains what it takes to communicate effectively and become a strong leader during a disaster.

Part 2:
Positive Mental Make-up

Learn how having the right mental make-up and frame of mind during times of crisis results in improved resiliency and productivity.

Part 3:
Expertise and Experience

Discover why having plenty of field experience and expertise to draw upon, will help you to effectively prioritize and move toward a quicker recovery post event.

Dr. Robert C. Chandler is a Professor of Communication and Director of the Nicholson School of Communication at the University of Central Florida (UCF) where he leads the Center for Crisis Communication. He is an internationally recognized professional speaker and social scientific researcher with more than 150 academic and professional papers based on his research of crisis communication, leadership, teamwork, decision making, and psychometric variables during emergency and crisis communication.