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Mr. Bruce T. Blythe

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Phone: (616) ***-****  
Email: b***@***.com
Local Address:  Grandville , Michigan , United States
Crisis Care Network Inc
4115 Ayrshire Dr Sw
Wyoming , Michigan 49418
United States

Company Description: Crisis Care Network provides Insurers and TPAs with a behavioral risk solution. By leveraging its unmatched resources and experience delivering critical incident...   more

Employment History

  • Chairman
  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer


  • PhD
180 Total References
Web References
Crisis Care Network, 7 April 2015 [cached]
CCN's chairman, Bruce Blythe, and former CCN president, Bob VandePol, were noted in this Round Table Report for Convenience Store/Petroleum.
Author: Bruce Blythe
About Us, 23 Feb 2015 [cached]
Bruce is the CEO of Crisis Management International and has worked with hundreds of Fortune 500 companies in crisis prevention, preparedness and response. He is a former Marine, a Clinical Psychologist and has been personally involved in crises such as the 1993 World Trade Centre bombing, the Oklahoma City bombing, Hurricanes Andrew and Katrina and multiple workplace shootings. He is the author of Blindsided: A Manager's Guide to Catastrophic Incidents in the Workplace, August 2002, published by Portfolio, on corporate crisis preparedness and response. He has spoken as an industry expert on CNN, ABC's 20/20, CBS' 48 Hours, CNBC, NPR and in The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Bruce is also Chairman of the Crisis Care Network ( which operates across the US and responds to about 800 critical incidents per month.
Bruce T. ..., 12 Sept 2015 [cached]
Bruce T. Blythe
Chairman Bruce Blythe is an internationally acclaimed crisis management expert. He is the owner of three companies that provide employers with a continuum of crisis preparedness, crisis response, and employee return-to-work services. Crisis Management International is the preparedness arm of the three companies.
Widely regarded as a thought leader in the crisis management and business continuity industries, he is the author of Blindsided:A Manager's Guide to Crisis Leadership (2nd edition, 2014). He has served in the Military Police for the U.S. Marine Corps. He's a certified clinical psychologist and has been a consultant to the FBI on workplace violence and terrorism.
Ms. Smith provides primary executive support for Mr. Blythe.
Her responsibilities include, but are not limited to scheduling speaking engagements and travel for Mr. Blythe, invoicing and marketing, and coordinating referrals, contracts and documentation related to incoming cases and the management of training and associated materials. Ms. Smith is the point of contact for Mr. Blythe.
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Crisis Management International - Catalyst Summit: Risk, 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
Written by CMI Founder/CEO Bruce Blythe, it's a fascinating, easy-to-read guide that draws on Blythe's 20+ years of experience as a pioneer in crisis management.
News and articles Catalyst Summit: Risk from January 2003 issue of Catalyst
Predictions for the future of terrorism, growing expectations among American workers since 9/11, and practical guidelines for preparing your business and your family in the event of a disaster were the core topics presented by Bruce Blythe, founder and CEO of Crisis Management International (CMI), at the latest Catalyst Summit on risk.
Risk implies the potential for danger and consequence, and Blythe is not stranger to either. He has trekked deep into the jungle of Ecuador to save kidnapping victims and hostages. After Hurricane Andrew, Blythe's firm provided relief to 28 companies, simultaneously. He assisted after the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, helped businesses recover from the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and following the 9/11 attacks, he and his firm assisted more than 200 companies and government entities.
Blythe also has served as an expert source for numerous news outlets including CNN, CBS, NBC, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Business Week, Fast Company, Smart Money, and USA Today, and he is the author of Blindsided: A Manager's Guide to Catastrophic Incidents in the Workplace.
"While disaster can come from many places, [terrorism] seems foremost on people's minds," said Blythe. When a disaster hits, it affects the core assets of any organization. First and foremost, that can mean people, he said. "[Disaster] can also affect your reputation. It can affect your business operation. It can affect your facility, and financially it's a hit."
According to Blythe, 2002 was a year of preparedness. "I'm aware of at least one national law firm that is now in the process of putting together a literal opinion about what companies should be doing to be prepared," he said. "The new legal term I've come across if 'the negligent failure to plan.' That is, companies that are not taking the time to really take a look at their obligations to be prepared for crises and disasters may very well be found negligent."
Expectations among American workers of employers' preparedness increased dramatically in 2002, according to Blythe. "There is a strong, unspoken expectation out there," explained Blythe.
"Most crises don't come out of the blue," suggested Blythe. "They may seem like it at the time, but most are predictable. Risk is something people choose to disassociate from, however, we must "purposely open our minds" and ask, "What would I do, if? "Take a look at your foreseeable risks, form the probable to the severe," he said, adding that composing a plan, as well as a contingency plan, is key to surviving a crisis.
Crisis Care Network, 12 Feb 2015 [cached]
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