By Stephanie Vozza
It’s a safe bet that Monday morning watercooler talk included shock and disbelief over the tragedy that took place in the Orlando nightclub Pulse. Unfortunately the topic isn’t new, as shootings have become more common. And while employees will talk, when should leadership enter the conversation.
The biggest issue when an event like the Orlando shooting happens is the loss of a sense of safety and security, says Andrew Shatte, chief science officer for the digital resilience training platform meQuilibrium. “We get our sense of safety and security from the predictability of events,” he says. “We know this awful event was simply not predictable. In the case of 9/11, they were simply going to work, as we all do. With Orlando, they were simply going out to have fun, as we all do.” Read more at Fast Company