The “Oops” Factor of Risk Management

Contingency planning might be the most important element of risk management. Director Magazine reported that 80% of firms that suffer a major setback to revenue do not survive – unless they have a contingency plan. While prevention is great, it’s not foolproof. Something’s going to go wrong – it might be a computer glitch [...]

Suicide Prevention

Sometimes I think I’m in the suicide prevention business.  Clients get so frustrated when a “simple” question (yes, simple to them) addressed to their insurance broker elicits a complex, jargon-filled, fearful response. The client can only gnash their teeth and reach for the aspirin – they have no idea what else to do.  Fortunately, a [...]