When a person hears the word “drone” a myriad of thoughts may come to mind. Some may think of the nefarious ways they are used. Some may imagine a photographer doing a fly-over at a wedding, while others may consider them an invasion of personal space or privacy.
With Veterans Day right around the corner, ASG is taking the time to reflect on the dedication and service military personnel provide for our country. As a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that has hired over 60 veterans in its fifteen-year history, ASG recognizes the important gift of freedom we get to enjoy in the United States.
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What do we do when the world around us is constantly changing? How do we navigate the uncertain and volatile circumstances that permeate our reality due to COVID-19? There is no question that the current world looks drastically different than it ever has before.
Virginia has adopted the nation’s first, comprehensive Infectious Disease Prevention standard for the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. This workplace safety standard outlines new guidelines and requirements for all Virginia businesses to implement within the next 60 days.
In April, the White House released its phased guidance for “Opening Up America Again.” States followed this guidance by developing more specifics on how to reopen after satisfying the gating criteria for each phase. As we navigate from one phase to the next and different types of organization reopen their doors to their employees, customers and vendors, leaders are trying to navigate the myriad of evolving guidance on the CDC website, State health department website, Executive Orders, the Governor’s guidance for specific organizations, and best practices.
This is part 4 of a 4-part series of videos from Alliance Solutions Group (ASG) regarding situational awareness and decision making during the COVID-19 global crisis. The information in this series is derived from our Crisis Leadership and Decision Making course that ASG developed for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This course has been delivered to over one thousand leaders across the United States over the past three years.
The ability to survive under uncertainty is something the entire global community is striving for because of the COVID-19 crisis. But imagine if you could thrive through uncertainty, turbulence and rapidly changing markets while navigating a crisis. It’s not only possible; it’s been done. Jim Collins and Morten Hansen’s book, Great By Choice outlines the framework for success based on their research of thousands of companies over a 30-year period. >
This is part 3 of a series of videos from Alliance Solutions Group (ASG) regarding situational awareness during the COVID-19 global crisis. The information in this series is derived from a course called Crisis Leadership and Decision Making that ASG developed for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This course has been delivered to over one thousand leaders across the United States over the past three years.
This video is part two of a series of videos on situational awareness developed from Alliance Solutions Group’s (ASG) course, Crisis Leadership and Decision Making. The course was developed for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and has been delivered to thousands of public safety and private sector decision makers across the country.
Currently, news reporting is full of statistics regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, which can lead to mental exhaustion for citizens and those in positions of leadership. Translating data into useful information is important in avoiding overload and responding appropriately.