Thursday, April 16. 2020, Palm Beach Gardens, FL: The Alliance of Corporate Resilience (ACR) has been formed by three experts in the talent management industry, Louis Carter, David Nour, and John Baldoni. The three experts formed ACR to discover the depth of problems and identify immediate solutions to the crisis in corporations. ACR is conducting a survey to provide an overview of the scope of the problem for corporations and the promise for inventing a different future.
ACR was formed to answer the immediate question of, “How can we help others navigate their current storm, and help plan the post-CO19 rebound?” That is the question the Alliance for Corporate Resilience (ACR) is asking in the wake of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
“We represent a network of resolute business leaders passionate and driven to influence social innovation and agility in support of global leaders thinking through their daily priorities and next steps,” says David Nour, CEO of The Nour Group, Inc. and co-founder of ACR.
“Our mission is: Navigating the present to invent the future. Through the Alliance, this will be accomplished in three areas: research, advocacy, and action” added Louis Carter, CEO of Best Practice Institute, Results Based Culture, and fellow co-founder of ACR.
If you are a business manager, executive or leader in any industry, please take a moment to fill in the survey here – https://www.research.net/r/crisisresilience. Participants will be provided with an executive summary of the results.
ACR is taking its message to Washington, DC. Through exchanges with representatives in the current administration, Congress, and Senate, ARC is presenting definitive recommendations from an economic and social perspective.
ACR is most concerned with the human life and livelihood equation. “Our expertise lies in helping men and women manage and lead more effectively,” says Louis Carter. “Our challenge now is to unify people for people, get reconnected emotionally despite physical distancing, and improve the U.S. and global economy.”
David Nour adds, “These ideas are both conceptual and concrete; conceptual to ideate what’s possible and concrete to drive bias for action.”
Alliance for Corporate Resilience (ACR) is a non-profit association focusing on research, advocacy, and action in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its founders are Louis Carter, CEO of Best Practice Institute, a research-based change management and talent management consulting firm addressing workplace issues and Results Based Culture, a leading corporate culture transformation consulting firm, David Nour, president of the Nour Group, a strategy consulting firm; and John Baldoni, an independent executive coach.