From natural weather events like hurricanes or wild fires, to human-caused incidents like mass shootings or terrorist attacks, disasters are typically unexpected and overwhelming.
Even if you’re not physically harmed, disasters can take a toll on your emotions and overall health, thus affecting you in the workplace. But how often do we take the time to really think about what happens to us as individuals when we experience a traumatic event?
Behavioral response to stressful incidents or crises and what is actually happening in the brain can be broken down into psychological stages that help to explain why individuals react in certain ways as they experience trauma.
Key topics include:
- What happens when we experience a traumatic event
- Learning how to prepare your business’ crisis management team for any disaster or crisis
- Q&A with the speaker