SMEM 101: How to Succeed with Limited Resources

If you’re in emergency management, then you know all about the importance of utilizing social media in moments of crisis. And while platforms are plenty (and the majority are free), using social media can be tricky, especially if you’ve got limited resources. We’ve got some quick, easy, and proven tips to help you and your agency’s SMEM succeed so that you can continue keeping your communities safe.

Sharing Research in Seven Minutes or Less

Distilling the hours of research I did with the Visionary Program into a 7-minute talk format was not hard (I had to do it in 5 for IAEM). What was hard was constructing a compelling story while communicating all the vital parts of the program I was proposing.

Giving TED-Style Talks When You’ve Never Given One Before

It takes a lot to “put yourself out there” and present a unique idea. When I decided to present “The Future is Experiential…” at the CEMA conference, I knew I had value to add to the larger conversation at the event, but that didn’t make it any less nerve-wracking.

Goal Setting with SMART Goals

A new year is exciting for a LOT of reasons. Most exciting to me is that a new year means new books! Whether that means new to you or new to the world, a fresh start to a year means a new to-be-read list.

What Are You Reading?

A new year is exciting for a LOT of reasons. Most exciting to me is that a new year means new books! Whether that means new to you or new to the world, a fresh start to a year means a new to-be-read list.