Resilience is a behavioral challenge. Crash Courses are quick (20-50 minutes), customized, remotely-delivered training sessions that amplify your resilience-mindset.

The purpose of a CrashCourse is to shift common habits away from risky behaviors that lead to preventable loss, like identity thefts (the really bad ones), diverse types of fraud, cultural and social-engineering, other intentional crimes, and also unintentional events that can equally compromise productivity, reputation, and bottom line.

CrashCourses always include Privacy & Compliance requirements specific to your organization & industry, too, relevant to your culture, size, scope, & level of complexity.

A brief call to introduce ourselves & plan is all it takes to get started:

Make It Quick

20 or 50-minute sessions are calendar-friendly.

Make It Stick

Relevant, entertaining & memorable.

Less Is More

1-2 sessions per year help keep teams sharp.

Use the contact info down below to schedule a session for you & your team.


For those who require something a little stronger than a CrashCourse, I offer CrisisPractice : table-top & live simulations with you & your team.

Simulations are powerful because they’re low-stakes (won’t actually interrupt your business), fast (can be done in as little as 20 minutes) & cheap compared to the alternative.

Practicing a crisis pro-actively is less stressful, less expensive & I daresay way more fun. It seems to make teams feel particularly united, too.

A fast, simple, yearly simulated interruption to your organization can be achieved in person, remotely or in any combination.

Table-Top & Live Exercises

Find out how well your team understands their roles & key success factors in a crisis that impacts regular operations.

Refine Your Team’s Knowledge & Preparedness

Quick debriefing shares insights you can put to use now.

Fast & Regular

Sims are fast & memorable enough to ensure you & your team look forward to them once or twice each year.

Use the contact info below to schedule a session for you & your team.