The pandemic has taught leaders that they must clearly communicate what's going on and what people should do -- but without causing confusion or undue alarm. "How each and every person will respond depends on many things: their generation, upbringing, current financial status, how emotional they are," says Horst Simon, founder of risk-specialist network Risk Culture Building Advisory Services.
The pandemic is a case study in risk communication
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