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Preparedness Planning: Ensuring your business can survive the unexpected.
Continuity Planning:
A. What is it and why is it important?
B. Addressing the following concerns:
- Business Disruption
- IT Continuity Plans
- Resource Management
- Emergency Response Plans
- Crisis Communication Plans
- Employee Assistance and Support
- Training
C. Consequences of a failure to develop continuity plans.
D. Components of a continuity plan
- Conduct business impact analysis and risk assessment for every department
- Develop recovery plans
- Test and reassess continuity plan
- Educate and communicate
- Review plan annually

Nov 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sharon Justice
Teaching Instructor @East Carolina University College of Business
Sharon has worked for over 25 years in various industry sectors focused on strategically growing businesses while equipping leaders and individuals for success. Sharon joined the Faculty of the College of Business at East Carolina University in 2011 where she developed and is currently teaching a Leadership course for junior business majors. She continues to offer customized leadership development programs and provide strategic business consulting through Justice Leadership. Prior to joining the University, Sharon spent her career focused in Human Resources and achieved the title of Senior Vice President with Wells Fargo. She worked in multiple business segments with both Wachovia and Wells Fargo. She’s an award-winning speaker and teacher. She has been recognized by the NCACPA as outstanding presenter in 2018 and as an ECU Incredible Woman in 2019. Sharon holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Small Business Management, and an MBA, both from East Carolina Univ