Extortion, Intimidation and Coercion Business Continuity Management
Extortion, intimidation and coercion events can be subtle or overt in nature, limited or widespread, carried out by individuals, groups or government agencies, and can have far reaching implications for the organization. This leadership course helps leadership teams to understand the complexities of managing such events, bringing together the headquarters response protocols in a mutually supportive manner with localized responses to ensure a joined up solution. By understanding the nuances of such events, and by having a multi-party response which understands how different internal and external stakeholders work together the organization will have a more effective method by which to prepare for and prevent, respond to and manage, and then effectively transition and recover from such events. The response requires a multi-party and integrated response, with an understanding of the full implications and collective needs in managing such events. HR PHR Credits (Functional Area 6): This course supports Human Resource professionals in developing effective business continuity policies, plans and protocols, communicating and training the workforce on security and safety plans and policies, as well as business continuity and disaster recovery plans. It supports internal investigation, monitoring and surveillance techniques and enables the management of workplace safety and security risks, and empower organizational incident and emergency response measures and associated plans. This training also protects the organization from loss and liability, develops leadership concepts and applications, and supports risk management techniques. PLEASE REMEMBER - Some modules offer language subtitles. Click the 'CC' button on the video player controls to select your language. WEAK INTERNET – If you have limited bandwidth, please ensure you select the lowest quality setting under the gear icon in the video player controls.
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