Managing Uncertainty Podcast – Bryghtpath
About This Show
Welcome to Managing Uncertainty, a podcast series discussing global risk, crisis management, business continuity, and crisis communications. You’ll learn strategies, tactics, and resources about preparing for, responding to, and recovering from all sorts of disruptions and critical moments.
Will you be ready to lead through your company’s critical moment?
Most Recent Episode
Managing Uncertainty - Episode #29: The Courses are Mini
Last year we provided two free mini-training courses:
* Active Shooter 101
* Crisis Communications 101
On this episode of the Managing Uncertainty Podcast, Bryghtpath Principal & CEO Bryan Strawser announces the launch of two new mini-courses that round out our free mini-course offerings:
* Crisis Management 101
* Business Continuity 101
Both courses are completely free with lessons delivered via e-mail each day.
We hope you enjoy them!
Bryan Strawser: Everyone, it’s Bryan Strawser here from Bryghtpath. It’s kind of weird for me.
I’m recording by myself for the first time in nearly a year. My normal podcasting partner, Jennifer, here at the Managing Uncertainty Podcast, is on vacation. She is running around the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, with her husband on a motorcycle trip. Probably one of the coolest vacations that I’ve heard of. Although the photos I’ve seen so far have mostly involved wine and some really nice looking steak.
But I’m recording today by myself and I want to talk a little bit about two major announcements that we just made this week here at Bryghtpath.
The first one is we have launched a new Business Continuity 101 mini-course. Our mini-courses, some of you might remember, are completely free. They’re email based courses, meaning that you signup on line. You enter your email and we send you a new lesson every day for a period of time.
The Business Continuity course has seven lessons, comprehensive lessons and they’re really aimed at helping you develop strategies to build a more resilient organization. Our mini-courses do a pretty good job of explaining the basics around a topic and then giving you, more and more expertise, more in depth knowledge of that topic over the course of five to 15 days depending upon the course.
The Business Continuity 101 course is seven days long, seven lessons long. They’ll take you about five or 10 minutes at a time to read. We aimed these really so that you would have time to make a cup of coffee or tea or get a drink of water and then