The dynamic of crisis management is incomparable with day to day management. Incidents are part of daily practice of every INGO and dedication persuasion and flexibility will lead to sound solutions. Crises demand a different approach. And every crisis exposes the potential vulnerabilities in your organization. Is it communication, logistics, or chain of command, it will reveal itself.

Support of a crisis management specialist who safeguards the process and methodology can tremendously improve the quality of your analyses and decision making in this process.
Especially when this is done during the Golden hours, the early start.

At Global Global Risk Advice we have several of these specialists in our team that are more than willing and available to support your crisis management teams. We also have subject matter experts that can deliver expertise about specific topics like:

  • the country and culture
  • the kind of incident (crime, kidnapping, medical issues)
  • communications with several stakeholders
  • family liaison officers
  • legal & insurance matters


Over the fifteen years that we are involved in INGO security we have met too many dedicated people that suffered during security incidents or near misses. A bigger incident, or numerous small ones take their toll and make them leaking energy and loosing their nerve.

Faded or broken dreams, or even going through a nightmare, doesn’t mean that you loose your calling. But it does mean that you are going through a delicate process.

Taking time for a pause, for silence, reflection, recognition and some guidance can be of great help in this process.

Especially for those INGO staff members who feel that the mission takes more and more energy, we have developed a 3 day retreat in our ancient monastery.
Although it is a group retreat, most of the moments are there for you, to contemplate, meditate and pray. The retreat will be lead by experts who have extensive experience in the field and have been through these processes themselves.

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