How to Predict Human Behavior in a Crisis
People can be unpredictable, especially in a crisis. Organizations should understand how human behavior can impact emergency response and outcomes and update their plans, policies, and procedures accordingly.
Behavioral Scientist and Clinical Psychologist, Steve Crimando, is Founder and Principal of Behavioral Science Applications LLC. He helps organizations form accurate behavioral assumptions to develop effective strategies in security, emergency management, and business continuity.
Steve joined the show to explain how to:
- Include a behavioral component in tabletop exercises
- Anticipate human reactions to weather trends
- Lead employees through a frightening scenario
- Predict and prevent panic in any emergency situation
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