Psychology of a Crisis: Your Crisis Management Plan
Don’t let a lack of crisis management be your downfall!
Track Page: An “incident” is defined as unplanned downtime or interruption that either partially or fully disrupts a service by offering a lesser quality of service to the users. If the Incident is major, then it is a “crisis.” A crisis can last from a few hours to several days or longer and requires decisions to be made quickly to limit damage to an organization, its key stakeholders, and the public.
Taught by a licensed instructor and school owner for the TN Department of Safety & Homeland Security and a doctoral candidate in Social Psychology.
This breakout session addresses issue management and crisis management: An integrated, non-linear, relational construct that includes:
- The Most Common Scenarios You’ll Need to Respond to (According to the US Department of Homeland Security)
- Three Tiers of Threat
- 4 Ways People Respond to a Crisis (CERC Rhythm & Krebs Method)
- Chaos Theory
- Elements of a Crisis Management Plan
- Completing a Threat Assessment (NSF International)
- Evaluating Business Impact
- The Importance of Crisis Communication
- Emergency Response (ISO Emergency Standards)
- Testing & Upating Plan
If you are looking for ways to help manage a crisis or looking to understand better how to manage a crisis, this session is right for you! Join us at the 2024 Global TapRooT® Summit May 1 – 3. This session occurs on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at 11:30 AM. Make sure you schedule your return flights home after the Summit ends on Friday at noon. You won’t want to miss everything the Summit has to offer.
Attend the Summit
Learn this new technique and help test it at the 2024 Global TapRooT® Summit being held on May 1-3 at the Horseshoe Bay Resort near Austin, Texas.
This session is in the Psychology of Improvement Track. But you can customize your schedule and attend this session when you sign up for any of the seven tracks.
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