This webinar series provides practical information on key topics in disaster preparedness and economic recovery for economic development organizations and chambers of commerce. Each seminar hosts economic recovery practitioners with real world experience and leadership in the subject matter. Each seminar will feature efforts made in disaster-impacted communities. Attend these interactive sessions to learn how your organization can be better equipped to handle a major disruption - whether caused by nature or manmade events.
Each webinar consists of two parts - a full hour of instruction by speakers followed by a 30 minute Q&A period. The webinars are available at no-costs, thanks to grants from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) Philadelphia and Atlanta offices.
When: Monthly from January to December 2015
Please note: Web seminars in this series are not eligible for CEcD recertification points.
November: Identifying Economic Recovery Priorities
November 12, 2015 | 2:30 m 4:00 pm ET
Following a disaster, there are varying visions for the community’s recovery. To create a thorough recovery plan, it is essential to start by understanding the different perspectives. This collaborative process of bringing stakeholders together, hosting focus groups and actively participating in visioning sessions can be time consuming yet provides rewarding results. Attend this webinar to explore strategies to identify and expedite your community’s economic recovery priorities.
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