Crisis Management

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  • Effective Crisis Response:

The online course on Crisis Management enhances learners’ ability to respond effectively to crises. They gain skills to assess situations, make quick decisions, and implement crisis management strategies, enabling them to navigate crises with confidence.

  •  Improved Crisis Communication:

The course focuses on developing effective crisis communication skills. Learners acquire techniques to communicate transparently, manage stakeholders’ expectations, and convey timely and accurate information, leading to better crisis communication and public perception.

  • Enhanced Risk Assessment:

Crisis Management training equips learners with skills in risk assessment. They gain the ability to identify potential crises, evaluate their impact, and develop proactive strategies to mitigate risks, minimizing the likelihood and severity of crises.

  •  Efficient Crisis Planning:

The course emphasizes the importance of crisis planning. Learners gain techniques to develop comprehensive crisis management plans, including response protocols, communication strategies, and resource allocation, ensuring readiness to handle crises effectively.

  •  Strengthened Leadership Skills:

Crisis Management training enhances learners’ leadership skills. They develop the ability to lead teams during crises, provide guidance, and maintain composure, fostering resilience and effective crisis management.

  • Enhanced Decision-Making Abilities:

The course hones learners’ decision-making skills in crisis situations. They gain the ability to analyze complex and rapidly changing circumstances, make informed decisions under pressure, and prioritize actions for optimal crisis response.

  • Improved Problem-Solving Skills:

Crisis Management training strengthens learners’ problem-solving abilities. They develop the capacity to identify root causes, develop innovative solutions, and adapt strategies to address the challenges posed by crises effectively.

  • Effective Stakeholder Management:

The course emphasizes stakeholder management in crisis situations. Learners gain skills to engage and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, build trust, and ensure their involvement in crisis response efforts.

  • Business Continuity:

Crisis Management training focuses on ensuring business continuity during crises. Learners gain techniques to assess critical operations, develop contingency plans, and implement measures to minimize disruptions, safeguarding the organization’s operations and reputation.

  • Enhanced Crisis Recovery:

The course emphasizes effective crisis recovery strategies. Learners develop skills to facilitate recovery efforts, evaluate lessons learned, and implement post-crisis actions to restore normalcy and resilience within the organization.

  •  Crisis Team Coordination:

Crisis Management training enhances learners’ ability to coordinate crisis response teams. They gain skills in team leadership, delegation, and collaboration, ensuring effective coordination of resources and efforts during crises.

  •  Reputation Management:

The course addresses reputation management during crises. Learners acquire techniques to protect and manage the organization’s reputation, including proactive communication, addressing public concerns, and rebuilding trust post-crisis.

  • Legal and Ethical Compliance:

Crisis Management training emphasizes the importance of legal and ethical compliance during crises. Learners gain knowledge of relevant laws, regulations, and ethical guidelines, ensuring that crisis response actions align with legal and ethical standards.

  • Effective Media Relations:

The course provides skills for effective media relations during crises. Learners gain techniques to interact with the media, deliver key messages, and manage media inquiries, minimizing potential negative publicity and maintaining control of the narrative.

  •  Improved Employee Safety:

Crisis Management training prioritizes employee safety and well-being. Learners gain skills to develop and implement emergency response plans, provide guidance on personal safety measures, and ensure employee welfare during crises.

  • Stakeholder Trust and Confidence:

The course emphasizes the importance of stakeholder trust and confidence during crises. Learners acquire skills to build and maintain trust among stakeholders through transparent communication, timely updates, and proactive crisis management, safeguarding the organization’s relationships.

  • Enhanced Adaptability:

Crisis Management training enhances learners’ adaptability in dynamic crisis situations. They develop the ability to think on their feet, adjust strategies as circumstances change, and remain agile in their crisis response, ensuring effective adaptation to evolving crises.

  • Effective Resource Allocation:

The course focuses on efficient resource allocation during crises. Learners gain skills to assess resource needs, allocate resources effectively, and optimize resource utilization, ensuring that resources are deployed where they are most needed during crises.

  •  Stakeholder Engagement and Support:

Crisis Management training emphasizes stakeholder engagement and support. Learners acquire techniques to address stakeholder concerns, provide assistance, and involve stakeholders in crisis response efforts, fostering support and collaboration.

  • Career Advancement Opportunities:

Proficiency in crisis management opens doors to career advancement. Learners who demonstrate expertise in crisis management become valuable assets to organizations and can pursue roles such as crisis managers, emergency response coordinators, or risk management specialists, enhancing their career prospects.

Crisis Management Modules

In this course, you will get 12 Modules which are describing all aspects greatly

  •  Module One: Getting Started
  1. Workshop Objectives
  • Module Two: Crisis
  1. Internal Risks
  2. External Risks
  3. Aggression
  4. Violence
  5. Case Study
  • Module Three: Workplace Violence
  1. Threats
  2. Damage
  3. Psychological Acts
  4. Physical Acts
  5. Case Study
  • Module Four: Myths
  1. Violence Just Happens
  2. It Is Uncommon
  3. Problems Will Solve Themselves
  4. It Is Not Possible to Prevent Violence
  5. Case Study
  • Module Five: Escalation
  1. Threats
  2. Stalking and Bullying
  3. Injury
  4. Death
  5. Case Study
  • Module Six: Concerning Behaviors
  1. Disruptive
  2. Emotional Abuse
  3. Causes Anxiety
  4. Examples of Behavior
  5. Case Study
  • Module Seven: Domestic Violence Indicators
  1. Disruptive Calls
  2. Poor Concentration
  3. Bruising
  4. Absences
  5. Case Study
  • Module Eight: Triggers of Workplace Violence
  1. Reprimands and Terminations
  2. Financial Strain
  3. Loss of Loved One
  4. Perceived Slights
  5. Case Study
  • Module Nine: Conflict Dangers
  1. Triggers
  2. Action Point
  3. Flashpoint
  4. Identify
  5. Case Study
  • Module Ten: Response
  1. Note Areas of Concern
  2. Discuss It
  3. Report It
  4. Report Extreme Cases to HR/Tip Line
  5. Case Study
  • Module Eleven: Strategies
  1. Policies
  2. Programs
  3. Emergency Procedures
  4. Train Employees
  5. Case Study
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Be Creative with Quizes

Each Module is finishing with its quiz & hence you will get to review your Modules in the form of 100 questions.

  • Module Two Review Questions
  1. What is an example of an internal risk of violence?
  2. Internal risks can be avoided with:
  3. What is the definition of an external risk?
  4. How can the company reduce external risks?
  5. Which of the below options is an example of aggression?
  6. A co-worker’s aggression should be:
  7. Violence in the workplace:
  8. Violence can generally be seen as:
  9. Where had Mr. Smith been when he called Steve into the office?
  10. Steve was unclear on the definitions of:
  • Module Three Review Questions
  1. Threats of workplace violence can come from:
  2. Which threats are generally ignored?
  3. What is considered a crisis?
  4. It is suggested that every company has what in case of a crisis?
  5. What is the psychological act of violence?
  6. What are some of the effects of psychological acts described in the previous question?
  7. Which is not an example of a physical act of violence?
  8. Someone throws a rock through the office window. This is considered a(n) _______ act.
  9. Bob is teaching the team:
  10. What was Steph’s point about the threat?
  • Module Four Review Questions
  1. Violence just happens, is:
  2. Believing myths of workplace violence:
  3. Violence is uncommon is a myth stating:
  4. Homicide _________ reason(s) of death in the workplace.
  5. Some managers believe that problems will:
  6. A manager has more important things to do than getting involved in employee issues is:
  7. Why do some people believe that violence is not preventable?
  8. “He just snapped!” can be defined as:
  9. What did Maria want to accomplish?
  10. What myth did Tom use?
  • Module Five Review Questions
  1. Threats can come in the form(s) of:
  2. Tom has been reprimanded and says he is going to meet up with HR in the parking lot. What should be the next step?
  3. Stalking and bullying are forms of:
  4. Bullying and stalking should be:
  5. Violence resulting in injury incidents in the workplace is usually a(n):
  6. Injury to another person is a:
  7. Which statement is true of death in the workplace?
  8. When is death an acceptable outcome?
  9. Why were Fiona and Anne having this discussion?
  10. What statistics did Fiona give to Anne at the end of their discussion?
  • Module Six Review Questions
  1. Disruptive behavior hurts:
  2. Disregard for authority and blaming everyone else for problems are examples of:
  3. Emotional abuse tends to:
  4. Telling the boss that a co-worker is an alcoholic when they aren’t is:
  5. Causing anxiety shows that the perpetrator:
  6. Always blaming others, and never accepting criticism causes:
  7. Concerning behaviors like ______ should be reported.
  8. Which of the following behaviors should be reported as concerning?
  9. Steve and Ian are discussing:
  10. Steve and Ian think that bullying should be:
  • Module Seven Review Questions
  1. Repeated calls from a spouse or significant other, while at work are considered:
  2. Disruptive phone calls affect:
  3. Sudden poor concentration is a sign of:
  4. What are the victims concentrating on, if not work tasks?
  5. If the woman at the next desk wears long sleeves in the summer, and sunglasses inside:
  6. What will a victim of domestic abuse say about their injuries?
  7. Sudden absences and use of personal time should be noted as:
  8. Absences due to domestic abuse only effects:
  9. What was Nick reporting?
  10. What did Stacy do with Nick’s information?
  • Module Eight Review Questions
  1. Which of the following occurrences could escalate into violence?
  2. Who should handle disciplinary actions with people with violent backgrounds?
  3. Who has financial stress/strain?
  4. Who often gets the blame for financial stress?
  5. Loss of a loved one and its grief can escalate into:
  6. The loss of a loved one is a source of:
  7. Which of the below options could be a perceived slight to someone who is violent?
  8. Perceived slights are:
  9. Sara and Megan are outlining a draft on:
  10. What do the ladies include in their summary?
  • Module Nine Review Questions
  1. What is a trigger?
  2. A trigger happens:
  3. What is the action point of the situation?
  4. Why should you know the action point?
  5. The flashpoint of a crisis is the:
  6. The flashpoint refers to the actions of the:
  7. Identifying the situation correctly is important:
  8. If you see something:
  9. Tonya and Gina are:
  10. What did the secretary in the video do?
  • Module Ten Review Questions
  1. Noting the areas of concern in the behavior of the co-workers is:
  2. Small outbursts, like a temper tantrum, warrant ________.
  3. What is the “discuss it” stage of the response to workplace violence?
  4. Using the “discuss it” type of intervention will accomplish:
  5. Bad behavior that an employee has been warned previously, is need of:
  6. Reporting patterns of behavior that are against the company’s code of conduct is:
  7. An employee is bullying another employee regularly. You are intimidated by the employee. You should:
  8. Which of the below options is extreme and needs to be reported to the HR department?
  9. Clara and Harry were presenting their information to:
  10. Harry wants to finish the presentation with:
  • Module Eleven Review Questions
  1. Policies on workplace violence need to come from:
  2. A code of conduct on workplace behavior needs to be:
  3. Crisis management programs will enable a company to:
  4. Company programs, like the EAP, enable better:
  5. Emergency procedures are guidelines for:
  6. When to leave the building, when to call the police, these are examples of:
  7. How can a company educate the employees in emergency strategies?
  8. Strategies need to include:
  9. Scott gives Jenni:
  10. Jenni asked Scott about the policies concerning:

  • What is the requirement for this course?

The course is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the subject matter, and there are no specific entry requirements to enroll.

  • What much Time I need to Spend for completion of this course?

The course is divided into different modules, with an average study time ranging from 20 to 90 minutes per module as per your convenience. While you have the flexibility to allocate your preferred amount of time to each module, after buying you will have lifetime access to the course so you can log in and out of the course as per your schedule.

  • When and Where I can Study this Course?

You can study this course at any time and anywhere of your choice, you have the convenience of logging in and out of the web-based course as often as you need. The course is compatible with all devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, allowing you to study even while on the go.

  • How I can Pay for this Couse?

To make a payment for this course, you have the option to use several payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal account. The website employs the latest SSL encryption technology to ensure that your payment details are kept safe and secure. All payments are processed securely by PayPal, providing an added layer of protection for your peace of mind.

  • How soon I can have access to the course material?

You will have access to the course immediately after you make the payment. You will receive email confirmation of payment at the same time with full access to the course material.

  • Can I earn a Certificate at the end of the course?

That’s Right! At the completion of the course, we will earn a Professional Certificate that can be a valuable addition to your career and personal achievements. This certificate will serve as evidence of the knowledge and skills you have gained through the course, and can help you demonstrate your expertise to current or potential employers.

  • What is the validity of the Certificate?

Certificate is your achievement, which will remain with you forever. It doesn’t have any expiry or need any renewal. Enjoy the Course and Good Luck.


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Crisis Management is as important as financial management and personnel management. Having a clear and effective plan and plan for an event is important not only for your survival but also for the profit, and for the survival of the company.

What is the crisis?

A Crisis is any event that threatens a person, a group of people, or an organization and its bottom line. The crisis can occur at any time of the day, night, day, or weekend.


Why you need crisis management?

A company that anticipates a crisis and is prepared for such an event is better able to avoid negative situations, and can better manage the crisis when it occurs.

Internal Risks

Internal risks arise within the company’s assets or at the company’s time, which includes an employee and their obligations.

External Risks

External risks are risks to the company or employees from the external environment. The strangers, and non-employees are unrelated to the company.


Aggression is defined as violent or hostile behavior without provocation. Aggression usually causes physical or psychological harm to one’s self or others.


The textbook definition of violence is “the use of physical force or force to harm, or otherwise harm others or the property of others.


The workplace violence prevention programs, policies, and training programs from this course will teach you and those around you to recognize the warning signs and triggers of workplace violence. You will learn what to do when you look at these behaviors to prevent an increase.

Learning Outcomes

Participant after enrolling into the course, will be able to

Identify potential risks & learn about behaviors

Understand the myths behind workplace violence

Learn what a stimulus is and how it may increase

Understand the correct response to an event

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