Resilient Action Items, Resilience Roundup May 11, 2018

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Bonnie Canal

Managing Partner at The Resiliency Institute
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.

As both a sales professional and leader, Bonnie has had to learn how resilience must play an active role in any professional’s life. Thus, the need to develop her “Resilience as a Habit”, “Creating a Culture of Resilience” and “Thinking Without a Box” programs.

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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The Resiliency Institute’s Resilience Roundup


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Resilient Action Items
Roundup for May 11, 2018


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business resilient
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Community Resilience   Resilient Action Item

CityViews: We Need Innovative Designs—and Open Minds—to Solve the Housing Shortage.

City Limits. We know that well-designed, quality housing that is affordable can help people move up and out of poverty, and it can play an essential role in impacting people’s health, economic empowerment, community resilience, and much more.

Business Resilience   Resilient Action Item

Risky business: You’d better have a plan for tech to go wrong.

The Register. Proper business continuity planning and disaster recovery strategies can help deal with less likely physical risks that have potentially large impacts.

Disaster Recovery Resilient Action Item

US rivers are becoming saltier — and it’s not just from treating roads in winter.

Salon.com. The United States has made enormous progress in reducing water pollution since the Clean Water Act was passed nearly 50 years ago. Rivers no longer catch fire when oil slicks on their surfaces ignite. And many harbors that once were fouled with sewage now draw swimmers and boaters.


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