The S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy will co-host a crisis management course on how to lead effectively in a turbulent and fast-moving world. Overcoming the mind-set of fear and developing the muscle memory of crisis response is the objective of this RSIS-GCSP Crisis Management course. Rather than a tick-box approach of a process driven response, participants will learn to recognise and adapt the psychological and organisational elements of crisis management. This is achieved by combining the latest theory, best practice and lessons learnt using real-time simulations that enable participants to explore their resilience as individuals, team members and leaders.
Understanding the characteristics of Black Swan events and other disruptive challenges and reacting to these mean that risks need to be assessed and decisions made. Navigating the Storm will help individuals and organisations identify these issues and practice skills in a stimulating and interactive environment. Building trust internally within a team and externally, learning to recognise symptoms of bias and stress participants will leave the course better prepared and skilled to meet whatever crisis they may face in the future.
Course Fee: 2’000 USD. Apply by 14 August to receive a 15% discount. GCSP and RSIS Alumni qualify for a 20% discount. A limited number of partial tuition waivers may be granted on a case-by-case basis at the sole discretion of the GCSP.
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