Dr. Andrews and his family were special guests to meet the President of the United States, where the President noted that it was a personal honor for him to meet David and his family.
Very low key and humble about his service to the United States, Dr. Andrews credits his successful recovery to his wife, their four children, and an amazing group of friends and supporters who push him every day to get better and adjust to life with injuries.
|Department of Veterans Affairs Verfifcation Number:||345439|
|NAICS Codes:||541611, 541612, 541910, 561312, 611430, 611710, 624190, 624310|
|PSC Codes:||R406, R408, R423, R499, U001, U004, U008, U099|
Organizational resilience – the ability to withstand adversity and survive catastrophic events – requires advance planning and building a repository of goodwill you can tap into when disaster strikes. The most successful organizations and leaders know that resilience is not built overnight and the end of a disastrous event is only the beginning of the challenge.
We believe that organizational resilience starts with and is reflective of organizational culture. Do you know what your organizational culture is, and do you know how to develop your organizational culture and leverage it to build a resilient organization? If not, please let us help you articulate your organizational culture and put it to work developing a strong, resilient organization.
Dr. Andrews developed the proprietary 5C Framework© – Community, Connection, Commitment, Culture, and Courage – which identifies the key elements needed to develop a truly effective resilience program. Contact us to learn more about the 5C Framework© and how you can put it to work for your organization and community.
We can help you build an affordable, viable, and research-based organizational resilience plan custom-tailored to your needs.
Veterans bring special skills into the workforce: leadership, discipline, maturity, and a drive to succeed. Yet, many organizations struggle to retain veterans – particularly Wounded Warriors – in the workforce, leading to higher personnel costs and lost productivity.