Podcast: Staying Resilient During the Tech Industry Turmoil

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Bill Bowman

Episode Summary

Tech layoffs and banking failures have made the headlines recently. In this episode we cover how people in Silicon Valley and beyond can stay resilient in the face of stress. The episode first explores the human perspective of resilience on the ground with Vivian Lee, a guest from Airiam located in the Silicon Valley area.

The perspective of the discussion then expands, and we give tips for how companies around the country can best respond to the ripple effects of the turmoil.

Topics covered includes:

    • Make sure you review your technology and financial partners thoroughly.
    • Plan for resilience by having redundancy in critical areas.
    • Don’t fall for phishing emails related to banking changes or other hot topic issues.
    • If you do need to let people go, handle it thoughtfully and securely.

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