Advice from a psychologist: Addressing the psychological effects of a crisis

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In times of crises there are always psychological implications that leaders should be aware of, take into consideration and ensure are addressed. In this interview Dr Claudelle talks to well renowned work psychologist Dr Natasha Winkler-Titus about the psychological effects of the pandemic on people and what organisational leaders and HR practitioners should focus on in leading people through a crisis.

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