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Developing a high-performance BCM program starts with you. As the leader, you’re responsible for the fate and direction of your program. The program’s success depends on your ability to guide your team’s current and future efforts. One of the most important things you must do is develop an understanding of your personal strengths and weaknesses, and then either improve your weak areas or delegate those tasks to other people.
There are many skills required to manage a BCM program. You must possess the relevant technical knowledge; be able to communicate at all levels of the organization; build relationships with stakeholders; sell your budget needs and risk concerns; eliminate roadblocks; manage people of various skillsets; and lead during a crisis.
This session will show attendees how to move beyond their tactical BCM skills to develop the management skills needed to lead their people and guide them to building a responsive and demonstrable recovery capability.
• In many cases, BCM programs fail due not to a poor methodology or approach but to the lack of good management.
• It’s vital that you understand what tasks you should handle yourself and what you should assign to the various members of your staff.