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Lucien G. Canton

Emergency Management Consultant, CEM (LLC),

Lucien G. Canton , CEM is an independent management consultant specializing in preparing managers to lead better in crisis. Prior to starting his own company, Mr. Canton served as the Director of Emergency Services for the city and county of San Francisco and as an Emergency Management Programs Specialist and Chief of the Hazard Mitigation Branch for FEMA Region IX.

A popular speaker and lecturer, he is the author of the best-selling Emergency Management: Concepts and Strategies for Effective Programs used as a textbook in many higher education courses. He is a Certified Emergency Manager and a Certified Business Continuity Professional.


Wednesday

27
October,
2021

Crisis Decision Making: Avoiding Costly Mistakes

Thankfully, in the digital age,Effective crisis response revolves around three key elements: recognizing the crisis, decision making, and acting on those decisions. Of these three, the central element is decision making.

Lucien G. Canton
  • Time: 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $145.00
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Wednesday

03
November,
2021

Managing Crisis: Six Steps to Successful Crisis Leadership

There are numerous business books that explore the difference between leading and managing. No where is this difference more manifest in dealing with a crisis. The simple fact is that many of the methodologies used effectively by managers are not adaptable to a crisis. The ambiguity common to crisis generates high levels of stress that can affect decision making. Indeed, the very process of decision-making changes in a fast-moving crisis.

Lucien G. Canton
  • Time: 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $145.00
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Wednesday

10
November,
2021

Five Reasons Your Emergency Plan Will Fail

A common misconception is that the mere existence of a written emergency plan equates to being prepared for a disaster. However, without an understanding of your vulnerability and having in place the elements needed to implement your plan, your business will not survive. One study showed that 40% of small businesses fail after a disaster and, of those that survive, only 29% are still open after two years. With 80% of Americans living in counties that have been hit with a weather-related disaster since 2007, you can’t afford to have your plan fail when it is most needed.

Lucien G. Canton
  • Time: 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST,
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $145.00
  • View Details

Crisis Decision Making: Avoiding Costly Mistakes

Thankfully, in the digital age,Effective crisis response revolves around three key elements: recognizing the crisis, decision making, and acting on those decisions. Of these three, the central element is decision making.

  • Lucien G. Canton
  • Recorded
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $195.00
  • View Details

Managing Crisis: Six Steps to Successful Crisis Leadership

There are numerous business books that explore the difference between leading and managing. No where is this difference more manifest in dealing with a crisis. The simple fact is that many of the methodologies used effectively by managers are not adaptable to a crisis. The ambiguity common to crisis generates high levels of stress that can affect decision making. Indeed, the very process of decision-making changes in a fast-moving crisis.

  • Lucien G. Canton
  • Recorded
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $195.00
  • View Details

Five Reasons Your Emergency Plan Will Fail

A common misconception is that the mere existence of a written emergency plan equates to being prepared for a disaster. However, without an understanding of your vulnerability and having in place the elements needed to implement your plan, your business will not survive. One study showed that 40% of small businesses fail after a disaster and, of those that survive, only 29% are still open after two years. With 80% of Americans living in counties that have been hit with a weather-related disaster since 2007, you can’t afford to have your plan fail when it is most needed.

  • Lucien G. Canton
  • Recorded
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $195.00
  • View Details

Crisis Decision Making: Avoiding Costly Mistakes

Thankfully, in the digital age,Effective crisis response revolves around three key elements: recognizing the crisis, decision making, and acting on those decisions. Of these three, the central element is decision making.

  • Lucien G. Canton
  • Recorded
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Price: $395.00
  • View Details