None so Blind as Those That Don’t Want to See – Due Diligence
Last week Greg Smith and I delivered our Due Diligence workshop which was over subscribed by over 100 registrations. Registrations closed at 28. We will be offering a new set of workshops in 2019 including in New Zealand.
As usual we held the workshop in Sydney at the Wayside Chapel Kings Cross (https://www.waysidechapel.org.au/ ), a great place to develop an understanding of negligence and diligence.
The Due Diligence Workshop is module 13 of eighteen modules offered by the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (https://cllr.com.au/ ). Each module is packed with practical strategies and alternatives to the toxicity of orthodox risk and safety.
Greg and Rob setting groupwork
Greg discussing practical strategies for tackling Due Diligence
Greg in Action
For those who think that the approach in Social Psychology of Risk (SPoR) offers no alternatives I would suggest one attend a workshop or read. The various websites for Human Dymensions, SPoR (https://spor.com.au/downloads/tools/) or CLLR offer endless practical tools and alternatives to the toxicity of orthodox risk and safety including all the nonsense of zero, BBS, safety first and brutalism associated with ‘safety is a choice you make’. There are also endless free downloads (https://spor.com.au/downloads/tools/) in talking books, videos, resources and books all directed to practical alternatives for those who want to see.
Soon the 2019 training calendar will be published for courses and workshops on offer and a Prospectus can be downloaded from the CLLR site (https://cllr.com.au/events/ ). Tools and giveaways are also available on the Human Dymensions website (https://www.humandymensions.com/ ).
If you don’t want to see alternatives to zero, BBS, toxicity and brutalism in safety, you won’t see it, but its there before you in plain sight.