During DRI2018’s WBCM panel discussion, nearly 50% of session attendees responded that the stereotype they were most concerned with was being labeled as “too aggressive,” particularly when disagreeing with others’ views. Please join us as we take that conversation further with Betsy Sayers, MBCP, ITIL, ICS – IT/DR
. With more than 25 years of industry experience, including serving as a DRI Instructor, Betsy will share her views on the best tools to communicate clearly — and with objectivity –while maintaining a style that honors who you are and what you believe.
Need advice about a specific challenge? Betsy will be taking your questions live, so bring your best ones and get ready to share her wit and wisdom. Have a question, but prefer to remain anonymous? No worries – email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
, and we’ll share them with Betsy — think “Dear Abby”, but for business continuity! Submitters will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win one of five $50 Amazon gift cards!
Betsy is a recognized industry leader with over 20 years of experience in disaster recovery, business continuity and municipal emergency management. As a conference speaker, exercise/workshop facilitator and BCP instructor, she enthusiastically enjoys helping clients and students improve quickly through the sharing of hints/tips/techniques. She obtained her CBCP in 1992, MBCP in 2004, and has been teaching for DRI International and DRI Canada since 1996. She now specializes in Incident Management System (IMS) / BCP integration, custom training and exercise/workshop facilitation. In 2011, Betsy was awarded the Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness Lifetime Achievement Award of Excellence for Business Continuity at the World Conference on Disaster Management.