Strategy
WHERE IC PROFESSIONALS COME TO TALK

HOW TO CONTROL THE FIGHT OR FLIGHT RESPONSE

When employees process internal stories and announcements, a chemical reaction is triggered in the brain. With a greater understanding of behavioural psychology and the different personalities within an organisation, internal communicators can help colleagues make decisions and deal with information and change requests positively, rather than feel threatened.

 

9th December 2021
Since the days of cavemen, human beings have operated within social structures, protecting our tribes and using our instincts and quick decision-making skills to react to anything or anyone that poses a threat. These days, there’s less hunting and gathering in packs – but we still rely on our networks to keep us safe.   Our brains are programmed to function within a social...
This article is only available to IOIC members, please login or subscribe to view the article in full

Leave a comment

To leave a comment on this article, please complete the form below. Your comment will be posted once verified by our editorial team.

If you are not an IoIC member and would like to join to receive Voice and other membership benefits, visit our Membership page.

Room Booking

Thanks for staying with us! Please fill out the form below and our staff will be in contact with your shortly. The see all of our room options please visit the link below.
See All Rooms