The Man in the Storm
Bill Tibbo is a corporate clinical consultant and disaster management specialist whose unique approach to crisis response emphasizes the human element of leadership and guides organizations to put their people first. After 32 years spent advising leaders, Bill knows what it takes for an organization to not just survive an incident but to emerge stronger than before.
One of the leading trauma and crisis management practitioners in the world, Bill spends over 200 days a year in the field supporting teams and organizations. When not on site, Bill is an in-demand speaker and trainer whose perspective on the best practices in crisis response is informed by his direct experience.
Bill led disaster response efforts after major events such as the 1999 earthquake in Turkey, the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre, the 2003 SARS Epidemic and the 2014 RCMP shootings in Moncton, New Brunswick. He is also a primary clinical crisis consultant to the Ontario Provincial Police, NAV CANADA and several regional police services.
Bill’s perspective from “the eye of the storm” will challenge the way you think about crisis/disaster and recovery. Organizations that have followed Bill’s method have experienced rapid recovery and long-term sustainability.
“Disasters and traumatic events can occur at any moment and have the potential to significantly disrupt or even destroy your business. Understanding and leveraging the human element as vividly described by Bill Tibbo will give your business a competitive advantage when facing these events and will give your employees a sense of calm and confidence to quickly and effectively restore your operations. Our company is at the front line of dealing with businesses following major disasters, and understanding the human impact and consequences is essential in quickly helping businesses on the road to recovery.”