Kristie Knights

Kristie Knights

Kristie Knights - Motivational Speaker

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Revolutionary change from the Boardroom to the Family room.

Kristie educates, inspires, and cultivates passion with purpose! From the Boardroom to the Family room, she is a dynamic speaker addressing the most difficult areas of discussion such as psychological health and crisis management.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Pittsburgh, PA (US)

For more information about booking Kristie Knights, visit
https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/KristieKnights

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Kristie Knights
Kristie Knights - Motivational Speaker

Kristie Knights

Revolutionary change from the Boardroom to the Family room.

Kristie educates, inspires, and cultivates passion with purpose! From the Boardroom to the Family room, she is a dynamic speaker addressing the most difficult areas of discussion such as psychological health and crisis management.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Pittsburgh, PA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Kristie Knights - Motivational Speaker

Kristie Knights

Kristie Knights

Revolutionary change from the Boardroom to the Family room.

Kristie educates, inspires, and cultivates passion with purpose! From the Boardroom to the Family room, she is a dynamic speaker addressing the most difficult areas of discussion such as psychological health and crisis management.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Pittsburgh, PA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Kristie Knights,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/KristieKnights/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Trauma Exposure in the Workplace
Preparation for Crisis Management

Employers cannot guarantee that employees will never be exposed to trauma in the workplace. However, they can take action to help prevent the most debilitating effects of exposure to trauma by adequately preparing employees. Preparation includes both the ability to respond in the moment and access to the necessary coping strategies and social support after the incident. An event is more likely to be experienced as trauma when a person perceives the incident to be: Unexpected Something they were unprepared for Unpreventable Uncontrollable The result of intentional cruelty Related to a childhood event Potential trauma in the workplace could include exposure to: Stressful events – death, grief, suicide, accident or injury Organizational stressors – bullying, threats, harassment, betrayal, maliciousness, extreme isolation, chronic pressure, unresolved conflict, toxic work environment, uncertainty, fear for the future, downsizing or fear of unemployment Physical stressors – noise, chaotic environment, sense of no control over space, fear for physical safety, harsh or flashing lights, extremes of heat or cold, working amid construction, and other adverse physical conditions External threats – evacuation, lockdown, fire or robbery The strategies that you apply to address workplace trauma can also be helpful for trauma that occurs outside the workplace, including: a serious accident natural disaster witnessing violence or war difficult childbirth history of physical, sexual, emotional, domestic abuse Evaluation, Strategic Plan, Implementation, and Continual Growth Plans.