Whether you’re simply talking about tech options, or actually implementing a new app or mobile device into your operational exercise, technology allows us to work smarter – not harder – during rapidly evolving incidents. So how do you make technology integration part of the conversation, not just an afterthought? Here are a few ideas:
During my time with Dale Carnegie Training, I heard countless stories about great business and government leaders such as Abraham Lincoln, Warren Buffett, Charles Schwab, and even Dale Carnegie himself. These stories illustrated concepts such as interpersonal relationships and networking, confidence and inner strength, public speaking and leadership affinity, along with a variety of others.
You don’t need to be an expert to know that posting images on social media dramatically improves performance, regardless of platform. As a social media manager, sometimes it’s easy to find the “right” image(s) to post and other times it seems like the image you’re looking for just doesn’t exist. If you’ve ever experienced the latter, this post is for you!
In honor of Open Access Week 2016 (#OAWeek), we wanted to take some time to discuss the various types of Creative Commons licenses and their potential uses in public safety, government, and other applications. Creative Commons provides free, easy-to-understand copyright licenses with the goal of improving accessibility and innovation in the Internet age…
Epicenter Media & Training’s CEO/Founder, Christopher Tarantino, was interviewed by Tom Moran (Executive Director of the All Hazards Consortium and Co-Host) and Tim Karney (Editor & Co-Host, All Hazards Emergency Network) on “Disaster Resilience for America” on March 15, 2016. Here are some of the key takeaways.