The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy.
The COVID-19 crisis is unprecedented. The speed with which it has spread and its effects on families and daily life have led to a deep sense of fear, anxiety, and confusion. The human toll has devastated many of us and continues to drive home the reality that the coronavirus is a tragedy that is upending lives around the world.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a threat to our population, not only for its risk to human life and ensuing economic distress, but also for its invisible emotional strain. Recent days have seen the sharpest economic pullback in modern history and a record-breaking spike in unemployment. It is inevitable that the global pandemic, compounded by financial crisis, will have a material impact on the behavioral health of society. Following the global financial crisis in 2007–08, for example, many countries saw higher rates of depression, anxiety, and alcohol and drug use.
Everything has changed. Just a few weeks ago, all of us were living our usual busy lives. Now, things normally taken for granted—an evening with friends, the daily commute, a plane flight home—are no longer possible. Daily reports of increasing infections and deaths across the world raise our anxiety and, in cases of personal loss, plunge us into grief. There is uncertainty about tomorrow; about the health and safety of our families, friends, and loved ones; and about our ability to live the lives we love.
In addition to the immediate concern about the very real impact on human lives, there is fear about the severe economic downturn that may result from a prolonged battle with the novel coronavirus. Businesses are being shuttered and people are losing their jobs.
The post-Covid19 era will have an economy shaped by new habits & regulations based on reduced close-contact interaction and tighter travel & hygiene restrictions.
The current disruption will change how we eat, work, shop, exercise, manage our health, socialize, and spend our free time - at an unprecedented rate of change.
We at ASK Consulting & Training Services (ACTS) have been working hard on our research to understand what this crisis would mean for all of us and our clients and our partners.
After extensive and indepth research we have come up with a series of webinars that would come in handy while dealing with the present crisis and also when we as a nation are ready to get back to the next normal because the normal is going to change now.
All the webinars are listed below, choose the one most relevant to you and join us.
All the best! Stay home, stay safe till we overcome this crisis!
This webinar is great for Marketing Leaders to understand the basics of behavioural economics and use it for their next project.
The timeline for companies to react to the coronavirus has shrunk dramatically. Here we will talk about five principles that leaders can follow to make smart decisions quickly during the pandemic.
This dynamic and collaborative team structure can tackle an organization’s most pressing problems quickly. in this webinar we would discuss four steps to make it happen.
To solve for both the virus and the economy, we need to establish behaviors that stem the spread of the virus, and work towards a situation in which most people can return to work, to family duties, and to social lives.
In this webinar we will understand 3 tools to work on customer empathy.