Coping, Control, & Crisis
Understanding How People Behave In Times of Uncertainty
When it comes to coping with a crisis and the anxiety that comes along with it, people have certain physical and mental reactions – and they heavily impact decision-making.
As an employer, you are in a unique position to build upon the trust your employees have in you and turn that into stronger relationships, engagement, productivity, and overall well-being that will spread across the company –in a way no one has really experienced before.
In the latest webinar from AIG, Dr. Coughlin from MIT explores how employees are handling COVID-19 (the effects on their psychological and physiological selves) and what employers can do to keep employees engaged – as you help them cope and get through this, plus:
- The 3 C’s of high-level stress and anxiety (and it’s not coping, control, and crisis!)
- How the Yerkes-Dodson Law plays a role in these situations –a 90-year old theory that has been proven time and again
- 5 ways stress and anxiety impact employee decision-making (and how to help combat them)
- MIT 2020 survey results: The top 10 words people are using to describe their feelings about COVID-19 (Pay attention to #3 and #4! Find out why they’re more important than the top 2
- Fight or flight… or tunnel vision? Discover the impact of these reptilian brains responses on your employees and their work-life balance
- Meaninglessness, powerlessness, and normlessness: Understanding each and how to guide your employees through
- Answers to real-life questions from your peers
Joe Coughlin, PhD.
Director of the MIT AgeLab
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