Many organizations face challenges when it comes to applying creating emotional resilience for crisis situations. This video provides insight into how we can create emotional resilience by creating and utilizing some innovative human recovery processes during crisis situations.
Alex Fullick, host of Preparing for the Unexpected, speaks with a founding member of the UK Psychological Trauma Society, internationally published author, Dr. Liz Royle about ‘Building Emotional Resilience for Crisis Situations’.
During Part 1 the show touches on:
1. Defining Emotional Resilience
2. People before ‘the Plan’
3. Fear and opening a ‘can of worms’
4. Educating people
5. People and trauma.
Some may believe having a disaster response plan is enough, but there’s a human aspect that doesn’t seem to get enough attention. Dr. Royle sheds light on what’s missing and how we can address it. Enjoy!
Alex Fullick’s “Preparing for the Unexpected” on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Preparing for the Unexpected is about how people, organizations and communities plan, prepare, test, communicate and respond to sudden unplanned events such as natural and manmade disasters and crises. The show is for everyone who wants an understanding of how plans are created for individuals, organizations and communities and for anyone who wants to know what they can do in their own lives to help protect themselves from unexpected events. Visit the channel to see top-notch leaders and topics presented on Alex’s show.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in