What Psychology Can Teach Us About Managing A Crisis

April 28, 2020 Mina Morris

With most companies, there will be times that require adaptiveness, resiliency and composure. This is certainly prevalent in our current economic and industrial landscapes. Therefore it is crucial to understand  how certain traits are developed and utilized to optimize workflow in a state of crisis. 

In this Whitepaper Mina Morris breaks down psychological factors and methods that contribute to building a resilient workforce prepared for crisis management. 

About the Author

Mina Morris

Mina Morris is a Partner with Aon’s Assessment Solution Practice. As an organizational psychologist, Mina works with clients to maximize the effectiveness of their talent selection processes, implement talent management systems and helps organizations manage change. Mina has extensive global experience partnering with clients in North America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East to deliver human capital solutions that help deliver business results.

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