Resilient Action Items, Resilience Roundup: August 2, 2019

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TRI’s Resilience Action Items for

August 2, 2019


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Community Resilience   Resilient Action Item

FEMA official: Americans need to start saving for a rainy day.

The Hill. very day our nation faces some risk whether it be from flooding, earthquakes, wildfires, hurricanes, tornados or other threats. While none of us want to think that the next disaster will happen where we live…

Business Resilience   Resilient Action Item

The Roots of Boeing’s 737 Max Crisis: A Regulator Relaxes Its Oversight.

NY Times. In the days after the first crash of Boeing’s 737 Max, engineers at the Federal Aviation Administration came to a troubling realization: They didn’t fully understand the automated system that helped send the plane into a nose-dive, killing everyone on board.

Disaster Recovery Resilient Action Item

Online tools can help people in disasters, but do they represent everyone?

The Conversation. With natural hazard and climate-related disasters on the rise, online tools such as crowdsourced mapping and social media can help people understand and respond to a crisis. They enable people to share their location and contribute information.


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Bonnie Canal, MBCP go to expert on resilience. She is a nationally recognized leader in resilience innovations and strategies, and is the founder and Managing Partner of The Resiliency Institute, LLC (TRI).With her strategic work session with organizations and government officials, she has developed and delivered energizing programs that deliver results. She helps busy professionals prevent burn out while building a more resilience lifestyle.

Bonnie is a proud native of New Orleans and has experienced what she calls, “The Katrina, Rita, Ike, Gustav, and BP Oil Spill” disasters first hand. She has had to learn how being resilience leaders to increased performance, achieve stronger relationships, and build mental toughness that we all need in today’s ever increasing busy world.
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