Panel Discussion – Crisis Leadership Lessons from the Chilean Mine Rescue

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Presented By:

Mike Lawrence, Daniel Linskey, & Leanne Metz

Synopsis:

On August 5, 2010, thousands of tons of rock fell blocking tunnels and access to 33 miners that were feared dead. The San Jose copper and gold mine in Chile was now in emergency response and crisis management mode. Trapped miners are always headline news and this event was no different.

  • Did they survive?
  • How did the leaders manage the incident both above and underground?
  • What are some of the key leadership lessons that we can take away from this rescue?

These questions and many more will be answered by a panel of crisis management experts who have analyzed this event. The panel will discuss some of their key findings from the review of the mine disaster that was streamed live across the world. They will highlight some of the common challenges that leaders face during high-pressure situations where critical thinking, leadership and decision-making are essential.

 

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