, Dr, Professor, Behavioral International Economist, University Niccolò Cusano RomaPag, Italy
Numerous are the studies that prove the effectiveness of personal narratives on physical health and welfare staff. Write events connotations emotionally organize time that it has managed to structure and give meaning to his history, effects on an emotional level of experience narrated become more manageable the personal narratives, helping to obtain an optimum adjustment of the emotions through the reduction of excessive control and activation (arausal) seem to represent a possible methodology to act on the mechanisms psychologists (appraisal, coping and positive emotions) which contribute to the process of reintegration resilient.
An economic agent, to deal effectively with a crisis, must mobilise and organize their own resources, contain stress and redefine a new functional structure and organizational structure which allows it to adapt to the new conditions. The fundamental processes that underlie a relational resilience are: flexibility, capacity to stay in relation, resources of a social and economic nature.
For the scholar of behavioral economics is important to evaluate the quality of social relations and their numerosity and must also find the hidden resources and promote the creation of new connections both intra-system that extra-system. Must provide information about resources in the community and to facilitate access to them. In the behavioral study evaluation of the operation of the entire economic system and of the necessary interventions, should not be limited to the mode or internal problems to the system, but should also take into consideration the connections present or absent that bring into communication the entire economic organization with the other resources. You should explore the economic situation, the income and the conditions of work. The systemic crisis economic do not always reflect structural problems of businesses, often refer to problems of lack or incorrect social organization.
Keywords: resilience, sustainability, emotions, negotiation, behavioral organization.
JEL Classification: Q01, D23.
Cite as: Greco, F. (2018). Resilience: Transform adverse events into an opportunity for growth and economic sustainability through the adjustment of emotions. Business Ethics and Leadership, 2(1), 44-52. Doi: 10.21272/bel.2(1).44-52.2018
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