Recover and Rebuild | 6 Free Episodes

Designed to help you assess your risk in safely resuming events during and after the 2020 pandemic.

The SAFE™ On-Demand MiniLearning course is created to help you build risk management leadership skills that it takes not only to recover but to rebuild your meetings and events in a post pandemic world. Safety of people is the #1 priority and preparedness is the #1 leadership skill. New episodes are built in real-time to address the challenges we all face in delivering meetings that are a safe as possible.

Delivered via desktop, tablet, or mobile: it's development whenever - and wherever - you need it.

The Courses

On-Demand MiniLearning is made up of 3-5 minute mini-episodes that are short and to the point. Each episode is paired with a downloadable worksheet to reinforce the learning and understanding.

This e-learning program is ideal for those who need quick, effective development combined with flexibility and scale in delivery. 

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Your Duty of Care – Be Safe, Feel Safe

Explore your legal, moral, and ethical responsibilities for reopening meetings and events. This episode will highlight the “HOW” of the Recovery stage so that you can move into the Rebuilding stage.

Recovery: Pandemic Learning Lookback

Learn to use your event debrief expertise to review your team’s preparedness to the lockdown and subsequent event/meeting cancellations. Apply a learning lookback to begin the recover and rebuild initiative. 

Stage 1: Pandemic Vulnerability Study

Review your duty to research, inform, and recommend for your new or re-booked post pandemic meetings. Identify how to put safety first and protect the legal, financial and reputation integrity of the organization.

Alternatives to Bullet-Proof Force Majeure and Liability Clauses*

Of all things you could include to your force majeure clause, what MUST you include? 

*No absolute guarantees, of course

Alternatives to Bullet-Proof Force Majeure and Liability Clauses*

What can you do to protect from liability for a sick attendee?

*No absolute guarantees, of course

Preparedness is the #1 Leadership Skill for Rebuilding

If safety of people is the #1 priority for meetings to move forward, then preparing for the inevitable next pandemic, weather catastrophe, act of violence, or terrorism is the top leadership skill. The number one skill is passion for preparedness followed by a high EQ.

More courses added as the situation develops further. Join our mailing list to get updates on new episodes.

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Mitigating Meeting Disasters: Creating Safe Meetings in an Unsafe World

The safety of attendees and security of events has always been a key concern for all event and meeting professionals, who recognize that people are an organization’s greatest assets. And while there certainly can be many threats whenever large groups of people gather, the meeting and event industry remains strong, given the importance companies place on face-to-face meetings to foster business development, social ties and cultural cohesion.

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