The 6th part of the free Crisis Response training “Crisis Response Priorities” is now online on our YouTube channel. Below, you also find a link to download the associated Crisis Response Course Workbook.
In this video, you will learn two effective strategies for applying interventions (restrictive measures) to end a Dynamic Crisis.
Effective communicate with all those involved is important during the course of a crisis. You will receive a short, useful guide for crisis communication.
You will learn to identify and mark the end of a Dynamic Crisis and the transition into a Static Crisis. Since every crisis puts you into a new and unfamiliar situation, it is important to understand this offset – its magnitude and direction. The offset has a great effect on the impact of the crisis and whether it is detrimental or beneficial to your organization.
You will also learn to apply the right priorities for dealing with each crisis, identified by the acronym RSI (Restrictive measures, Supportive measures, and Improved results.)
Finally, you will learn how to better recover from a crisis.
INSTRUCTIONS: On the YouTube channel, there is a short description of the module. Below the description, there is a table of content with bookmarks (times). By clicking on a bookmark, you directly proceed to that specific part in the video. This eases navigation through the module.
I strongly advise you to turn on the subtitles (English). This will make it easier for you to follow the training.
In order to follow the whole training, it is most convenient to subscribe to our YouTube channel and refer to the playlist. A subscribe button is added at the beginning and at the end of each video. Simply click on the logo.
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By clinking on the following link, you download the free copy of the Workbook for this training. No registration required.
The Workbook includes the first 5 modules and will be amended and completed as soon as the last module is online in the coming weeks.