A Terrorist Attack Experience via Learning Technologies
Do you have what it takes to lead in a crisis? In this session, two riveting learning simulations immerse executives in best practices for crisis leadership – and assess their predisposition to succeed.
First, hackers are attempting to damage or destroy the computer network at one of the world’s biggest global banks, and your job is to manage the response. Next, as you serve on the bank’s crisis management team, terrorists release ricin on subway trains during morning rush hour. Join this session to experience these self-led “virtual tabletop exercises” and take the continuity preparedness challenge!
These new learning technologies measure whether continuity preparedness executives are right for the job, through a crisis readiness diagnostic that predicts for attributes that are effective in crisis situations. The session will present research that confirms that having the right people with the attributes to do well in a crisis is far more effective than investing in training those who do not.