Dr. Gleb Tsipursky has recently written a book called, ‘Resilience Adapt and Plan for the New Abnormal' of the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic’. He is a neuroscientist and behavioral economist.
Tsipursky had foreseen early in the pandemic the kind of devastation it will be causing in the near future. He there and then devised new ways for everyone that can be used to do something better. Based on his exact predictions and mentorship, the book publisher, Changemakers Books urged him to write a book on the topic of Covid-19 disaster management. This book is part of ‘the Resilience Series: a set of quickly-written, commercially-published books on showing resilience in the face of the pandemic.’
The new book in town is about managing disasters like Covid-19 in the best way possible. The book primarily deals with the management strategies in business, and other affected areas of life during Corona virus pandemic.
The book, 'Resilience Adapt and Plan for the New Normal' can be read as ‘management’ self-help book which sheds light on how to use different useful strategies during lock-down and pandemic. It empowers the readers to choose the best options available in the time of unpredictability, and of course ambiguity. The book is a great contribution in the discipline of management. There is a group of experts, specialized in the area of disaster avoidance, who have complied the book called ‘Resilience Adapt and Plan for the New Abnormal' of the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic.
According to the experts, the quality of people’s response towards Covid-19 is essentially fragmented and wrecked. That is not just the case with the governments. The business community is equally responsible for this kind of broken response. Even the nonprofit organizations are also panicked due to the situation caused by the Corona virus pandemic. On micro-level, individuals and their households are also shaken and broken.
The book 'Resilience Adapt and Plan for the New Normal ' questions the very essential quest for knowing where and why we all did something wrong in dealing with the Covid-19. It is impossible to move forward without analyzing the current broken state of affairs that is the main question which is being asked by the readers. The other part of the book talks about the problem-solving techniques and strategies. The main theme of the book is to improve the quality of professionals in disaster management.
According to Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, an internationally acclaimed thinking philosopher and leader known as the Disaster Avoidance Expert says, “Our brains are terrible at dealing effectively with large-scale disasters that take the form of slow-moving train-wrecks.”
He further says, “But we can learn to adapt and plan better’’. Tsipursky’s newly released book 'Resilience: Adapt and Plan for the New Abnormal' of the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic proposes a simple and easy-to-do steps to deal with the pandemic. It is a practical guide about dealing with all those affected areas of your business and organizations.
As a thought-leader Tsipursky is of the view that, “The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply disrupted our lives. We will never go back to the world of January 2020’’.
The term ‘new abnormal’ tells all...
He strongly believes that in order to survive and thrive in this ‘new abnormal’, one should be mentally prepared to say good-bye to old ways of living, and move on to the new path drastically. He believes in focusing on adapting and planning for a future shaped by the ‘impact and repercussions of the pandemic’.
Tsipursky wants to be remembered as warrior in history books.
‘’When historians look back to our time, they will rate the winners by how quickly they pivoted, and the losers by how long they dawdled.”
The book is written on research- based analysis of cognitive neuroscience and behavioral economics. The Resilience Book explains the risky judgmental flaws on cognitive level that are manifested in behaviors of people dealing with Covid-19 crisis. These illogical behaviors caused huge disruptions.
Next section of the book shares research-based approaches for how organizations and individuals can adapt successfully to the ‘new abnormal’ of the COVID-19 pandemic and alike disasters.
The book syndicates research-based techniques and strategies with real-life case-studies and stories of real people who developed certain strategies to deal with Covid-19 pandemic. These case studies are from the author’s business and nonprofit clients as they adapt to the pandemic.
To conclude, the book is the perfect manifesto of step-to-step guide for global disaster management. It displays how to develop an effective strategic plan and make the best foremost choices in the situation of the uncertainty and vagueness brought about by COVID-19 and other sluggish macro-level catastrophes.
You can buy this book on Amazon by clicking the link here.