By Dominic Cockram
Crisis hits, routines go out the window, everyone runs around … so when can you say that you are in command of the situation? Doesn’t ‘crisis’ automatically mean an intense period of constant chaos that eventually ebbs, and then stops? It doesn’t have to – you can be simultaneously in crisis, and ‘in control’.
Inevitably, there will be a stage in the immediate aftermath of any crisis where a feeling of chaos reigns; where no-one seems to know enough and events appear to be out of control.
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