BCI Extreme weather & climate change 2023 report: Realistic crisis exercise

  • 27 Sep 2023
  • , 3 PM (BST) | 4 PM (CEST) | 4 PM (SAST)

27th September 2023, at 3:00 PM (BST) | 4:00 PM (CEST) | 4:00 PM (SAST)

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Step into the shoes of the Risk and Resilience Manager of a major bank caught in an escalating flood. As the water levels rise, you'll face a series of challenges, including upset customers and a shrinking workforce.

Will this end of the month be the end of your organization, or will you be able to steer it safely out of the figurative and literal storm? 

Engage in this immersive information environment that tests your every move during the crisis, all while unraveling the revelations of the BCI Extreme weather & climate change 2023 Report throughout the exercise. Discover the resilience within!


  • Charlie Pratten

    Customer Success Lead, Conducttr

    Charlie Pratten is responsible for the Conducttr Academy certification scheme. He helps clients get the most from Conducttr exercise platform and delivers monthly webinars on best practices and new features. 

    He also works closely alongside clients helping to translate their ideas into realistic, immersive crisis exercises.

    Charlie holds a MSc in Psychology and outside of his professional pursuits, he finds solace and creative expression by improvising on the piano.

  • Arianna Cerea

    Crisis Scenario Designer, Conducttr

    Arianna is a seasoned Crisis Scenario Designer with extensive experience crafting diverse crisis exercises. Armed with an MLitt in Middle East, Caucasus, and Central Asia Security Studies, along with a Bachelor's in Arabic for International Relations, she brings a unique blend of regional expertise and strategic insight. As a journalist, Arianna melds storytelling prowess with crisis preparedness. Her interests span historical novels, climbing, skiing, hiking, and exploring remote, uncharted territories. This dynamic combination of skills and passions fuels her dedication to creating effective crisis simulations for Conducttr.

  • Maria Florencia Lombardero Garcia

    Research Manager

  • Rachael Elliott

    Head of Thought Leadership

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