Save $75 now on Aug. 12 team Crisis Response Training course

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Directed planning you need with the team members you require.

Screen shot 2014-06-30 at 8.39.33 PMClear your calendar, organize your team and jumpstart your organization’s ability to respond effectively in times of need – and save $75 today with this exclusive Manchester Ink Link offer!

This One-Day Crisis Response Training Plan will be held August 12 at the Grappone Automotive Center in Bow, hosted by BDS Insight of Manchester.

Dr. Loretta Brady
Dr. Loretta Brady

Join clinical psychologist and BDS Insight founder Loretta Brady for a full day of directed planning support with up to three team members from your organization.

Your team will get a distraction-free and guided day to outline an action plan that, once completed, will help you respond to a crisis event with the confidence that only comes with preparation.

This course is limited to 10 teams of two-to-four people.

Come prepared to map out a plan for the logistics, communication, and coordination efforts required to navigate any crisis event, including the mental and physical stressors that goes along with it, and leave with a solid plan –  as well as strategies to secure buy-in and follow through for your team.

Tips and suggestions will be offered for long-term response planning.

Follow up and implementation strategies will also be reviewed. Register today to jumpstart your organization’s ability to respond effectively.  #1DayCRP

Click here to register. Enter the word INKLINK at checkout to save $75 on the total cost of this unique and invaluable training course.


About Dr. Loretta Brady: Brady, of Manchester, is a  clinical psychology professor at Saint Anselm College with 15 years research and program development experience. Brady specializes in conflict resolution, diversity and inclusion, and organizational development. 

See Dr. Brady’s full list of published articles, journals, and blog posts. Follow her on Twitter @BDSInsight.

She has also provided clinical services within the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital and Elliot Pain Management Center where she helped patients adapt to life changes. She has served on nonprofit and community boards in New York and New Hampshire, and is a Collaborative Law Coach Facilitator and recent J. William Fulbright Fellow to Cyprus.

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