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27 Sep. 2017 Posted by aadams

What National Honey Month Means to Our Relationships with Others

Raquelle Solon, FEI Business Solutions Engineer

September is National Honey Month, but what does that mean to organizations? Honey is sweet, flavorful and inviting—an idea that can be applied to how we communicate, develop relationships and build people up.

With The Mandt System®, FEI utilizes similar concepts. The foundation of the Mandt program is to build healthy relationships by treating people the way they want to be treated. Why not use a little “honey” in the process?

13 Sep. 2017 Posted by aadams

Ready for National Preparedness Month? 3 Recommendations to Get Started

Marcia O’Boyle, FEI EAP Services Center Manager

Whether it’s a coastal hurricane or raging wildfire, you can never be too careful when planning for a potential disaster situation. But where do you begin?

We offer advice to guide your disaster planning efforts for National Preparedness Month.

29 Aug. 2017 Posted by aadams

Stay Safe: Disaster Recovery in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

FEI Crisis Management

Hurricane Harvey is causing massive flooding in and around Houston, Texas, with more rain on the way. FEI crisis management has supplied resources and additional guidance in order to protect you, your loved ones and business operations.

16 Aug. 2017 Posted by aadams

Knowing the Depth of Crisis Resources

James Pettigrew, FEI Program and Project Manager

A business continuity and disaster recovery plan is only as strong as the resources supporting it.

Understanding the degree to which decision-makers, operational processes and technical capabilities are primed for a crisis event can be the determining factor in how readily an organization responds and recovers during a critical incident.

2 Aug. 2017 Posted by aadams

Flying Forward: A Move to the Front Story

Ralph Metzner, FEI Director of Product Management

Think about the last time you missed a flight because of circumstances beyond your control. Did it stress you out? Make you angry? How did you react?

Stress can threaten the tools we need for civil communication. As stress builds, our ability to effectively communicate strains under the weight of reflexive brain functions and “fight or flight” responses. Understanding how stress affects our behaviors is the first step to handling challenging situations in calm, rational ways.