Igniting an earthquake preparedness movement in our workplaces and local communities
Keynotes, Workplace, and Community Resilience seminars that inspire leaders and advocates to replace our culture of inaction with a sustainable culture of resilience throughout North America’s Ring of Fire and beyond.
Knowledge is not wisdom until it changes you
– Steven Eberlein, CEO & Founder, Tipping Point Resilience
Just as seeds cannot grow without soil, ideas cannot flourish without their culture’s blessing. For two decades, preparedness education has done little to reach those who are not already receptive to the “get a kit” message, which is to say, very few. Tipping Point Resilience is a force of persuasion that confronts the non-prepper with a vivid, humanized and even humorous case for earthquake preparedness. We aim to till the soils that will allow preparedness practices to grow in our workplaces and communities.
Igniting Enduring Cultures
Tipping Point Resilience specializes in earthquake preparedness and preparedness culture. We aim to spark a movement that will inspire families, workplaces and communities to adapt to the dormant earthquake threats looming over millions of US citizens, saving future lives and livelihoods.
Tipping Point Resilience seminars take a necessary step beyond showing you how and why to prepare for large events like earthquakes. We help you understand why you’re not preparing already by examining how corporate and community cultures either thwart or propel the best of our individual common sense. Tipping Point Resilience believes that provided a visual understanding of earthquake science and risk and the example of a relatable and realistically prepared family, we can persuade people to prepare based on knowledge and not fear.
Empowering Emergency Management, Business Continuity, Crisis Management, Facilities, Physical Security, and EHS Teams to create enduring cultures of earthquake preparedness in their organizations.
Maximizing the reach and impact of the Tipping Point Resilience preparedness message through sponsored events that spotlight your company’s commitment to the local community.
Empowering Corporate and Community Leaders to ignite enduring cultures of earthquake preparedness in their organizations. Steve is a tenured conference speaker on the topic of cultural preparedness.
“There’s likely not a person in the Pacific Northwest who’s prepared more people for the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake than Steve Eberlein has.”
Intel – Emergency Manager
“As Oregon’s Emergency Manager, I have attended dozens of lectures, presentations, and seminars on the Cascadia threat. Steve Eberlein’s is one of the most innovative, engaging and informative that I’ve seen.”
Director, Oregon Office of Emergency Management
“Steve explains in plain terms what the possibilities are for earthquakes and why we must prepare. His high-energy presentation is not only motivational but helps citizens make a qualified leap forward in disaster literacy skills.”
CEM Corporate Resilience Manager
“I thoroughly enjoyed Steve’s presentation at the Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) Conference. He is a gifted presenter as well as a passionate speaker on a very important, under-served topic.”
ACP National Board Chairperson
“I highly recommend Steven Eberlein to anyone who wants to have a great presentation on earthquake resiliency in the Pacific Northwest. I worked with him for many years at the Red Cross, and his presentations were superb and engaging! They got people to rise to a level of action that got themselves ready. All of the ideas he presents are superb! He is a talented speaker!”
Professor of Geology, Portland State University
ACP National Board Chairperson
“Our employees left the event extremely impressed by the quality of Steve’s presentation, and how he shared his own personal experience with natural disasters. They also expressed how they already had action items to work on to get prepared.”
Corporate Giving and Volunteering, Daimler Trucks North America
“All I have to say is…wow!!! Although I had seen his TEDx Talk and knew what a great speaker he was, Steve’s simply tremendous live and in person. And more importantly, I think he had a serious influence on the attendees of our disaster symposium. His presentation was informative, incredibly engaging and action-oriented — exactly what our audience needs and loves.”
Dr. Jennifer Dimoff
Assistant Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Portland State University