The Three Pillars of the ECM® Program are:

COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

Ensure that the community are at the centre of everything we do

CAPABILITY

CAPABILITY

Agile, adaptive and well-rehearsed leaders are the key to success

COLLABORATION

COLLABORATION

Business and Government collaboration is key in meeting community expectations during complex events

For 10 years the ECM has proudly brought together Communities, Government, Agencies, and Businesses to ‘work as one’ in creating safer and more resilient communities whilst maintaining effective business continuity and wellbeing.

The ‘Before, During and After’ stages of an emergency cycle are all important, and require different levels of coordination, support and expertise from Government, Private and NGO organisations alike. Whether it’s supporting the preparation of a community emergency management plan, knowing how you could or should react at a time of an emergency, to how your organisation could support the recovery and rebuild stages – each organisations’ level of participation and contribution differs. However, all contributions are critical to the thinking, delivery and strategies when dealing with disasters.

The Executive Consequence Management Program is an innovative leadership strategy for managers of Government, Private, and Non-Government Organisations. This flagship program within Barrington Centre’s Leadership Suite offers the space, expertise, and opportunity for delegates with diverse experiences and roles to collaborate and develop an integrated approach to leadership, while keeping the community central to the ‘Before, During and After’ of an emergency (Natural and Man-Made).

2022 Program Detail
2022 Registrations

Occurring over a total of 5 x 5 hour sessions, ECM® delegates will have the opportunity to listen to firsthand accounts of people who have experienced major disasters/emergencies presented in the viewpoints of experts speakers as well as members of the community.

All delegates will then form syndicates and participate in mentored sessions involving hypothetical scenarios tailored to specific sectors relevant to their roles, applying what they have learnt into developing strategies which focus on the human/community aspect of consequence-based management from a leadership perspective, while taking into account the social, political, economic, and infrastructure impacts of major emergencies/disasters. 

  1. Effectively understand and practice Consequence Management
  2. Build resilience in teams, communities and the workplace
  3. Create practical strategies to build more resilient communities before, during and after major emergencies
  4. Improve performance of yourself and your teams
  5. Gain a strategic working knowledge of the emergency management system
  6. Improve skills to engage with communities before, during and after an emergency
  7. Develop new leadership models, skills and tools
  8. Improve self-awareness
  9. Gain understanding and apply mental first aid