Government, Media Interviews, Professional Articles

Podcast Transcript: “Business Resilience Decoded” interview on Crisis Communications

Thanks to my awesome summer intern Sydney, I now have transcripts of the podcasts I've been interviewed for. Here's a transcript of the podcast "Business Resilience Decoded," in which I spoke about the value of good crisis communications in libraries. Narrator: Welcome to Business Resilience Decoded. From Disaster Recovery Journal and Asfalis Business Resilience. Now, here’s… Continue reading Podcast Transcript: “Business Resilience Decoded” interview on Crisis Communications

Government, Professional Articles

An inside perspective on the moon landing

To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing, I interviewed my dad, a retired NASA executive, about his time at NASA headquarters during the historic occasion. "I had been working at NASA for less than three years in '69. Had been working mostly on Skylab, the first space station." But of course he was… Continue reading An inside perspective on the moon landing

Consulting, Government, Leadership, Libraries, Nonprofits

Building a client base

Since I launched Cordelia Anderson Consulting nearly nine months ago, people often ask me, "Cordelia, what kinds of clients do you work with?" When I first started my business, I used two factors to determine potential clients: network and expertise. To elaborate, the questions I asked myself were, 1) "who is in my network," and… Continue reading Building a client base

Government, Libraries, Media Interviews, Nonprofits, Professional Speaking

Podcast Interview: “Crisis Communications For Public Libraries”

I was recently interviewed for the podcast "Business Resilience Decoded," in which I spoke about the value of good crisis communications in libraries. I discussed the three major types of crises - immediate, emerging and sustained - and how to plan and respond to each. I also gave specific examples of each type from my… Continue reading Podcast Interview: “Crisis Communications For Public Libraries”