Preparing for crisis should be at the top of any organization’s agenda – and the first step is assessing vulnerability and creating a crisis response plan, says experienced consultant and trainer Dr. Erika Wichro.
Today's businesses face a multitude of challenges - from cyberthreats to global health crises. Data suggests that less than half of U.S. companies possess a formal crisis communication plan, with even fewer fully prepared for potential crises.
Dr. Erika Wichro, an experienced public health expert and problem-solving consultant, highlights the importance of developing robust strategic crisis response plans to manage these risks effectively.
Dr. Wichro, with her extensive experience in global health training and crisis management, offers expert consulting services tailored for corporations seeking strategic guidance in crisis management.
Her approach focuses on building resilience and preparing organizations to respond efficiently in high-stress situations - from health crises to cyberattacks, financial and legal issues, and supply chain disruptions - ensuring effective preparedness.
With the increasing prevalence of crises of all kind, the ability to respond quickly and effectively is crucial for business continuity and reputation management. Dr. Wichro's services equip organizations with the necessary tools and strategies to manage crises effectively.
From strengthening health systems to improving humanitarian crisis management, her multidisciplinary expertise is of use to businesses across sectors.
Dr. Wichro offers free initial consultations to help businesses identify specific vulnerabilities and develop actionable plans for crisis preparedness.
The free consultations are an important first step towards building a robust framework for crisis management.
Born in Austria but considering herself a “global citizen,” Dr. Erika Wichro is a globally recognized public health expert, humanitarian consultant, speaker and educator with a vast experience working with clients in the public and private sectors. Her work includes over three decades in the national and international health sectors, and over 17 years in research, health emergency, and pandemic preparedness and response.
Erika’s most recent accolades include being featured in the Top International Public Health Expert 2020, Top Empowered Woman 2021, Top 50 Fearless Leaders 2022, Top Humanitarian 2022, and the Top Industry Professionals Magazine, among others.
Learn more about Erika and her work at https://www.drerikawichro.com