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OB Discipline Chair

Lynnda Nelson
President of ICOR

As President of ICOR, Lynnda is responsible for ICOR's education and credentialing program.  As part of this responsibility, Lynnda has developed the Essentials of Organizational Resilience series of courses that is taught via ICOR as well as via Norwich University's Masters of Science in Business Continuity.

email:
lynnda@theicor.com

   Organizational Behavior Review & Rate the Courses  
Description
Organizational Behavior focuses on the need for resiliency to be embedded in the culture and systems of the organization. A resilient organization has documented resiliency objectives that align and support the organization's strategic goals so that it is able to achieve its core objectives in the face of adversity.

It is not about responding to a one-time crisis or disaster event - it's about continuously anticipating and adjusting to trends that can permanently impair the earning power or the ability of the organization to accomplish its mission.

21st-century organizations are taking on the new challenge of designing resilience into organizations - that is, designing resilience into their management of people, places, infrastructure, and work processes so they can bounce back from any kind of setback.

The discipline of Organizational Behavior addresses the following elements:
1.    Characteristics of a Resilient Organization
2.    The Structure of a Resilient Organization
3.    The Impact of Culture on the Resilience of the Organization
4.    Leaders of Resilient Organizations
5.    Staying Resilient During a Crisis
6.    The Role of Issues Management and Crisis Readiness in Organizational Resilience
7.    Developing a Resilient Workforce
8.    The Resilient Workplace - A Safe and Secure Environment
9.    Improving the Resilience or your Supply Chain
10.  Characteristics of a Resilient Community - The Role of the Organization in the Community


Credentialing Organizations / Certifications

ICOR recognizes the credentials offered by the organizations listed below as valid credentials.  ICOR offers credit for these credentials in the discipline of Organizational Behavior as part of our certification in Organizational Resilience.  To learn more visit:  ICOR Credentialing Program

ICOR: >click here
• Certified Organizational Resilience Expert     CORE
• Certified Organizational Resilience Professional     CORP
• Certified Organizational Resilience Manager     CORM
• Certified Organizational Resilience Specialist     CORS
• Certified Organizational Resilience Associate     CORA

PMI - The Project Management Institute: >click here
• CAPM: Certified Associate Project Management
• PMP: Project Management Professional

American Society for Quality (ASQ): >click here
CQA: Certified Quality Assessor

CMQ/OE:  Certified Manager of Quality Organizational Excellence

American Society for Training and Development: >click here
• CPLP: Certified Professional in Learning and Performance


Professional Development / Courses

ICOR recognizes the credentials offered by the organizations listed below as valid educational offerings.  ICOR offers CEU credit for these courses in the discipline of Organizational Behavior as part of our certification in Organizational Resilience.  To learn more visit:  ICOR Credentialing Program

ICOR: Essentials of Organizational Resilience >click here
1.  Characteristics of a Resilient Organization
2.  The Structure of a Resilient Organization
3.  The Impact of Culture on the Resilience of the Organization
4.  Leaders of Resilient Organizations
5.  Staying Resilient During a Crisis
6.  The Role of Issues Management and Crisis Readiness in Organizational Resilience
7.  Developing a Resilient Workforce
8.  The Resilient Workplace - A Safe and Secure Environment
9.  Improving the Resilience or your Supply Chain
10. Characteristics of a Resilient Community - The Role of the Organization in the Community

ASQ: >click here

PMI - The Project Management Institute: >click here

ASTD: >click here



Networking Opportunities / Local Chapters

PMI - The Project Management Institute: >click here


Conferences

ICOR recognizes each of the conferences listed on our Conference Page as eligible for CEU credit for maintaining your ICOR certification.  Some of the conferences included on this page also provide discounts to ICOR members.


Magazines / E-Zines / Periodicals

ASTD: >click here

ICOR LinkedIn>click here

PMI - Magazines>click here


Ask the Experts

Do you have questions you'd like to ask an expert in the discipline of Organizatinal Behavior?   ICOR offers free resources via our Experts!  Lynnda Nelson, President of ICOR., is the Discipline Chair for OB and is one of ICOR's experts.  Contact Lynnda at Lynnda@theicor.org if you have questions! 

• Link to the ICOR experts page >click here


For more information, please contact us at:
The International Consortium of Organizational Resilience
email: info@theicor.org
phone: 1-866-765-8321 or +1630-705-0910
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