Internationally recognized expert on the benefits of Crisis Management etc. Currently engaged by 7th largest organisation in the USA. Author of the new UK Government guide Preventing Chaos in a Crisis
. Primary author of present UK Police command methodology Gold, Silver & Bronze. Senior Scotland Yard background, including setting up the multi agency operational management structure at the London Kings Cross major subway fire, secondment to the Anti Terrorist Branch. University lecturer. Highly entertaining / humorous global facilitator & presenter. Key motivator able to stimulate and focus wide audiences. Outstanding authoritative & skilled public speaker. Occasional TV appearances. Much quoted elsewhere. Member of the Guild of Freeman of the City of London.
Seminars & Speaking Topics:
- Crisis Management: Preventing Chaos in a Crisis.
- Avoiding Catastrophe: Human Behavior – Good or Bad.
- The People Factor: Factoring in How People Will React.
- Business Continuity (BC): No Longer a "Grudge Purchase" - More Profit!
- Understanding Risk: Knitting with Fog, or Drawing the Strands Together?
- Best Practice from the UK Govt: Why the UK & Europe Have Changed Focus.
- Don’t Make a Drama out of a Crisis: The Benefits of Effective Incident Management.
- Regulations 600 Years Old: Why Be a Freeman of the City of London?
- New Scotland Yard: A Behind the Curtain Look at Current Issues.
Visor Consultants specializes in helping domestic and global organizations get the very best from their staff in times of possible disaster. We quantify your various risks and hazards; advise you on which pose the greatest threats; assist you to eliminate or contain them; and help develop your Crisis Management skills. We can then guide you in Risk Mitigation, in resolving any security issues, and in designing Crisis & Business Continuity Management strategies.
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It might have been 30 years ago but in a new age of immediate and global communications there is a message here for 2009: Any world leader is on a stage these days and the audience compared to 1979 is not just one country
Experience has shown that when suddenly faced with a catastrophe, crisis managers have a tendency, from the outset, to try and follow familiar or routine systems. The more disturbing the situation the stronger the urge to take refuge in familiar procedures