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TRAIN: CYBER CRISIS LEADERSHIP
TRAINING MANAGERS AND EXECUTIVES HOW TO EFFECTIVELY LEAD A CYBER CRISIS RESPONSE
Unique skills to meet unique organizational threats
Cyber Crisis Management Leadership Professional (C²MLP)
Effectively leading an organization's response to a major cyber attack requires a unique set of skills. Our Cyber Crisis Management Leadership Professional (C²MLP) executive education immersive training boot camp is designed to prepare senior managers and executives to meet this unique challenge in order to reduce cyber risk impact and accelerate recovery to business as usual.
There is no other program in the world similar to ours that is dedicated to reducing cyber risk and increasing organizational resilience through leadership capability development.
Pillar 1: Self-Awareness
Today’s leadership models focus on leadership soft-skills, and wrongly assume that business performance will follow. As a cyber crisis consultancy, Cyber Crisis Response approached this issue from the opposite angle. Our research began with performance and, only later, did we back into the topic of leadership. Early on in the research process, we identified a gap in the current leadership literature and, indeed, in many of the corporate hallways today. To put it mildly, a vast majority of leaders are not faring well in today’s non routine environment. Over the past several decades, cyber crisis work has rapidly increased, while leadership and business performance has rapidly declined. It seems that soft-skills are not near enough to drive performance.
Proven in Research
Understanding how a leader could be successful in spite of today’s growing non routine challenges, prompted a four-year, rigorous research study across 10 industries. We leverage this research resulting from 50+ qualitative interviews, national surveys, deep secondary research in the cognitive sciences, and dozens of first-hand case studies.
Proven in Practice
Leadership is regarded as the most critical factor in the success or failure of an institution. Yet, 90% of leaders admitted, if not demonstrated, their inability to navigate today’s non routine challenges effectively. The Cyber Crisis Management Leadership Professional program resolves this challenge by training a leader’s intuition with practical principles and tools so they can see, think, and act more effectively in cyber crisis situations.
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Pillar 2: Education
C²MLP students learn how to assume and demonstrate responsibility in a crisis,
how to make decisions and collaborate with others during periods of uncertainty, and skills to cope with substantial stress.
A paradigm shift for leaders is required. As non routine challenges, such as a cyber crisis, rise rapidly, leadership and business performance has declined. In Module 1, students learn how the few successful non-routine leaders have shifted their thinking from problem solver to problem sensemaker in order to lead and grow more effectively in today’s unpredictable and threat-laden world.
This is the most important of the four principles as it equips students with the foundation tools and insights of cyber crisis leadership, paving the way for a much needed, and new philosophy for leadership today.
As our leadership experience grows, so does our recognition. But, what happens in a non routine situation that is entirely unfamiliar and extremely complex?
In Module 2, students learn how to quickly and reliably identify the most critical clues in cyber crises situations—the visible information as well as the blind spots that help us understand the situation at hand.
Along the way, learners will find that your judgment, adaptiveness, and debiasing skills will improve as they spot these clues before anyone else.
Intuition is brilliant in routine situations but fails miserably in the non routine. Why is this, and why do some leaders tend to have a cognitive edge over others in these scenarios?
In Module 3, students learn how the brain is naturally wired to think and how to train intuition with ‘fluid intelligence.’
Students should expect to see the largest performance results in this module as most leaders improve the quality of their decisions by almost 500% in areas like creativity, strategic thinking, with faster learning speeds.
How should leaders train their employees for a future they don’t understand, with future skills they don’t yet have? Additionally, as the half-life of skills plummets drastically below five years, how can leaders avoid training others with obsolete information?
In Module 4, students will learn how to train others for the future. Additionally, this module begins to transfer what has been learned in the previous modules to other leaders.
Topics such as sense-making, perspective-taking, issue selling, effective communications, creativity, organizational agility, and risk taking are all covered and aligned to the cyber crisis response process flow.
Leaders will explore intuition and how to leverage the gift of fear to reduce organizational risk while also digging into cognitive biases to ensure sound judgment and decision making.
Techniques to optimize performance such as after-action reviews, recognition-primed decision making, the Edge of Chaos, and the Bowtie Model are all covered to help manage uncertainty in complex environments.
Pillar 3: Immersion
We have developed a series of virtual scenarios to immerse students into situations where they "choose their own adventure". These virtual scenarios allow cyber crisis leaders an opportunity to practice the skills they have learned in a safe, controlled, and non-judgmental environment.
The objective of this service is to immerse an organization’s cyber crisis leadership team into a real-world like integrated education, analysis and performance optimization experience designed to prepare the team to effectively lead the response to a major cyber incident.
Cyber crisis leaders graduate from the course with new-found knowledge, confidence, and capabilities uniquely designed to prove to the board, regulators, customers and shareholders that the organization is committed to doing all it can to reduce cyber risk and increase organizational resilience.