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Published on Oct 21, 2010
As part of a continuing series of Bulletproof Blog™ video interviews with thought leaders across multiple disciplines and industry sectors, I recently sat down with Richard Irwin, a former Senior Special Operations Program Officer in the CIA and author of "KH601 'And Ye Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall Make You Free'; My Life in the Central Intelligence Agency," to discuss how the lessons learned from his experiences can translate into effective corporate crisis management and preparedness.
Mr. Irwin sat down with us to discuss the traits that make for effective leadership in the midst of a crisis. He also outlined the key considerations to take into account when conducting vulnerability assessments, deciding who and what expertise should be represented on a crisis team, and creating a corporate culture well-suited for successful crisis management.
As a 20-year veteran of the CIA whose crisis instincts were honed managing some of the most difficult situations imaginable, Mr. Irwin shared the above insights -- and many more -- with Bulletproof™.