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The resilient look

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

‘It is what it is’ A saying we’re very familiar hearing our global politicians, bosses and sports people use to try to explain factual things or to dismiss any further questioning on a difficult situation:

Hey, we can’t change the result, or the here and now… so let’s move on
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Doing nothing is not an option

Friday, March 4th, 2016

As with every other aspect of life, when it comes to resilience, people and organisations always have options Decisions on how to proceed will be made based on a combination of developed, processed thinking and of course – what influences us the most in life – our gut instincts Continue Reading


Too busy for a crisis

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

The audacity of a disaster The US diplomat and former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, once stated:

There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full
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Paul M Kudray

MSc FICPEM MEPS CBCI


International leader in business resilience consultancy, training and coaching; Paul is an ex-emergency services commander who finished an exemplary 32 year career in the UK healthcare sector, working for the NHS – culminating in 7½ years as the Director of Resilience for one of the world’s largest ambulance services, NWAS NHS Trust. He now works with private and public sector clients around the world, training, advising, coaching and mentoring them at the highest levels about emergency and business continuity management. He is a business resilience innovator.

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