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Authors Frederick Funston and Stephen Wagner write that “The crisis you prepare for may not be the one you experience, but that preparation will improve your resilience, come what may.” Individuals on your team are likely to cope and react differently to a crisis. For some, a crisis is a challenge to be conquered. They enjoy being tested, working under pressure, and the opportunity to experiment and innovate. For others, a crisis causes panic and decision paralysis. Their short attention spans grow shorter and nerves are on edge. This workshop presents five strategies to equip your diverse team to weather an active or future crisis. Learn what you need to do, when you need to do it, and how to turn your worries about a future crisis into a practical roadmap for handling a crisis.