The Summer 2011 issue of BCLMA’s newsletter, Topics, is now available.
Among the articles and features:
- Dye & Durham’s Emergency Plan, Tested, Tried and True — Connie Fenyo explains what happened when Dye & Durham’s disaster recovery and business continuity plan was put to the test
- How to Plan for Change in Emergency Planning – insight from Cadillac Fairview’s manager of Fire & Life Safety
- Is Your Corporate Website Still Relevant? Susan Van Dyke explains why websites still matter among social media.
Also included are a new “You be the Judge” scenario, highlights from the summer social, information on the Lawyers Assistance Program Society of BC, tips on how to handle challenging conversations, and part 2 of an article on performance improvement planning (part 1 available in the spring 2011 issue of Topics).