Get Over the Continuity Planning Hump with BOLDplanning’s Webinar Wednesdays

Get Over the Continuity Planning Hump with BOLDplanning’s Webinar Wednesdays

If you’re a BOLDplanning customer already, you know what “Webinar Wednesdays” are, and how much they mean to you in your continuity planning efforts. But if you’re not, you now have the opportunity to find out. Starting next week, June 6th, BOLDplanning’s “Webinar Wednesdays” program is officially open to everyone – customers and potential customers alike. These 30-minute sessions take place the first Wednesday of every month, and they’re completely free. All you have to do is register. Then, sit back and relax as members of the BOLDplanning team offer useful tips on a variety of relevant continuity planning topics.

Next week’s webinar, which (as always) is scheduled for 2:00 PM CDT, will cover “Orders of Succession.” Orders of Succession are an essential part of any continuity plan, as they answer the fundamental question “Who comes next in the chain of command? The goal is to ensure your Continuity of Operations/Continuity of Government Plan (COOP/COG ) or Business Continuity Plan (BCP) has the depth needed for your organization to perform essential functions in a critical event. During this brief, but informative session, you’ll learn about:

  • Key considerations for creating orders of succession
  • Ways of alerting and notifying appropriate successors
  • Critical best practices for defining and managing succession
  • Using BOLDplanning’s online software platform to effectively manage orders of succession

Plus, there’s a Q & A right after the webinar, so you can ask questions specific to your organization’s plan, its orders of succession and more.

Next month, we’ll tackle the topic of Delegations of Authority. (Another key part of a successful COOP!)

Want to learn more about BOLDplanning and Webinar Wednesdays? Email info@BOLDplanning or call 615.469.5558. Or, just register for next week’s live event and check things out for yourself. It might be just what you need to get over your organization’s continuity planning hump.

2018-05-31T14:19:35+00:00