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Reflection on 2013, resolutions for 2014

Blog post   •   Dec 13, 2013 09:52 GMT

As 2013 draws to a close and 2014 looms ever closer, it is time to reflect on what we have achieved over the last year and start to consider what the next year may have in store for us. It is time perhaps to resolve to do things over the next twelve months that we just didn't get round to over the previous twelve. So have you decided on your new year's resolutions yet?

It could be that you want to increase your CPD hours and help develop your skills, possibly with a desire to move up a grade within the BCI, or even a promotion within your own company. Perhaps you would like to become a mentor and support someone who is just starting out in their BC career, or maybe you'd just like to write a blog post for the BC Eye.

Whatever it is you want to do, let us know, share it with others. We may even be able to help you out.

Comments (1)

    Pro-activeness is the word. Being pro-active means doing more relevant exercises that will prepare managers and other recovery team members to be competent at responding to incidents. We BC professional should develop interest in long term weather forecasting by subscribing to major weather forecasting websites. With the knowledge of what is coming, we can advice our personnel overseas and prepare them for disruptions...and they tend to appreciate this. It is also essential that we make BC-related training to our personnel easy, fun and relevant to making their jobs easier. These are the areas I will be focusing to improve on. Thanks

    - Josh - Dec 14, 2013 14:15 GMT

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