Crisis and trauma at work: resilience and recovery

  • 09 Nov 2022
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Dr. Liz Royle recently led an informative workshop on ‘Building emotional resilience and creating effective human recovery processes for crisis situations’ at BCI World Hybrid 2022. Here, Dr Royle looks at best practice for managing emotional resilience in a crisis or traumatic event, outlining the range of risks and applying the principles of best practice to a scenario.

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Elizabeth Royle

Director, KRTS International

Dr Liz Royle is a Director with KRTS International and has over 20 years’ experience helping organizations to prepare for and respond to events that threaten not only individual employees’ health and welfare but also the organization’s reputation and ability to deliver operations. Her clinical background alongside her emergency services experience underpins a practical and pragmatic approach to the topic. Liz is an international consultant and her work has been widely published and translated into several languages.