Standing on a Landmine, Caught in Indecision and Apathy. Why Sustainable Community Collaboration Building is Critical
by Richard C. Lumb and Gary J. Metz
“Sustainable community collaboration building (SCCB) is an applied program to assist public and private organizations, responders to the same client, to determine sustainable solutions that result in the elimination of future service requests. For far too many people demand these services, the problem, not resolved, reoccurs continuing the demand for service that is inadequate.
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We will begin sharing some very interesting information and videos put together by FEMA. There is a wealth of information that can be found by following this link, PrepTalks, or by checking in with us periodically.
“PrepTalks are given by subject-matter experts and thought leaders to spread new ideas, spark conversation, and promote innovative leadership for the issues confronting emergency managers now and over the next 20 years. Continue reading “PrepTalks by F.E.M.A.”
It’s Go Time!
The Building Resilience Community Training Program is now available.
It is our goal to build resilient communities one individual at a time. To learn more visit our new storefront at https://building-resilience.ecwid.com/Training-c32427082.
We will be introducing our Building Community Resilience Training Program in Tampa, Florida in April 2019 at the “Resilience and Strategic Thinking” conference arranged by Agents of Change and hosted by the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation.