The Psychology of Crisis Team Resilience
Making Teams Crisis-Ready
In this learning module, learners will be following a complex and pro-longed incident response process, narrated from the perspective of incident responder’s normal response to stress over time. The different types of stressors will be illustrated with a special focus on the role of cortisol, and the fight or flight response. The neural dynamics of different decision – making approaches will be explained through real-life examples.
As a learning resource, proven techniques and strategies for reducing stress and increasing resiliency and work satisfaction will be introduced, specifically designed for colleagues working in chronically high-stress work environments.
90 minutes (automated)
Stress Response, Decision-Making, Psychophysiology of Mindfulness Strategies and Their Relationship with Acute Stress Regulation
Crisis Management Teams, HR