Are you tired of the stress and chaos (not to mention cost!) of emergencies without a clear plan? Does the thought of a disaster keep you up at night, wondering if your team would be ready for it?
Join Grace Hill’s Tami Criswell and RestoreCore’s Kaitlyn Bowman to learn how to create your own disaster plan, so you and your team are ready to take quick, confident, and informed action when disaster strikes.
Today you will learn:
- The 6 most common mistakes in disaster plans and how to avoid them.
- The 8 essential elements every disaster implementation plan should have.
- Why you need a disaster implementation plan — and why just a “disaster plan” isn’t enough.
- How to create your plan so your team can respond with confidence and control instead of confusion and chaos.
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