Have you heard of an “amygdala hijack?” Well, chances are it has happened to you. This chemical response in humans to the unexpected and unknown can translate into havoc when it plays out in organizations. This human response to fear is often what causes paralysis in organizations, translating into missed opportunities in mild cases, missed deadlines in some serious cases, and total collapse in the worst case scenarios.
In our experience when surveying the corporate landscape, many people describe their culture as “reactive.” They go on to tell of the difficulties that causes, yet seem unclear about how to take a step onto the path of proactive behavior. That’s where our webcast starts later this month.
In our upcoming webcast, we will explore the conundrum of plans gone wrong, and address a new way to approach, face and even attack risks to your organization. We will explore:
Human responses to conflict which inform our appetites for risk
How to proactively look at risks before decisions are made and before plans are put into action
How to identify and manage risks to mitigate the impact for organizational health, and
What to look for to self-assess your organization’s maturity in managing issues that arise
Join us for this informative session to take your own step onto the path of a more proactive risk management culture!
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