Podcast | PreparedEx

Podcast | PreparedEx

Latest Episodes

7 Steps to Building Your Tabletop Exercise
August 22, 2019

In this podcast Rob Burton talks about how PreparedEx work with their customers in accomplishing tabletop exercises. Rob covers the 7 simple steps from contract execution to post exercise activities. The 7 steps are: Step 1: Contract Execution – This i...

Crisis Leadership – An Interview with Former CSO of Microsoft – Mike Howard
July 31, 2019

Many leaders are not ready to face a crisis due to lack of experience. If you think about the large-scale crises that have taken place in recent years, you’ll notice a pattern of poor decision-making throughout most of those events.

Bio-terrorism – An Interview with Lawrence F. Roberge Ph.D.
July 05, 2019

In episode 62 of the PreparedEx podcast series, we interviewed Lawrence Roberge.  We discussed some of the current threats to the world in terms of bio-terror and what businesses should do to understand how they should be preparing for these threats.

Leading Close Protection Teams in a Male Dominated Sector – An Interview with L Thurman
June 21, 2019

“L” (as she likes to be referred to as) is a fierce competitive type that owns several security businesses in Southern California. In the 61st episode of the PreparedEx podcast series, we interviewed “L” about how she got started and what some of the c...

Communicating During Crises – An interview with Molly McPherson
June 05, 2019

Molly McPherson has honed her skills through years of experience within the field of crisis communications and management. In this our 60th podcast, Molly takes us through her journey which includes working within the cruise line industry during 9/11 a...

Common Crisis Management Gaps – An Interview with Leanne Metz
May 15, 2019

In our 59th podcast, we look at some of the most common gaps that crisis management teams face when preparing themselves and their organizations. 2018 was another year of large disasters from the wildfires in California,

Sharing Critical Information During Emergencies in 2019
March 01, 2019

Keeping people informed during emergencies is an essential necessity for employers and governments. Being able to create situational awareness as quickly as possible, and then having the ability to share custom data to an audience is part of what In-te...

Security – The Traveling Workforce
February 05, 2019

In our 57th podcast, we interview Stuart Anderson and James Barton of eTravelSafety. Guys before we get started, please introduce yourselves and talk about your careers. 

The Need For Emergency Operations Centers
January 10, 2019

We live in a virtual world and every day we become more reliant on technology to keep us connected, sometimes it fails. A crisis team should be able to activate and manage an event from any location. It can be difficult to manage significant events wit...

The Crisis Coordinator Role
November 07, 2018

Roles and responsibilities required to implement all crisis management capabilities should be identified, documented, and communicated well in advance of a crisis. Thoughtful consideration should be given to people, skills, experience, and competence.