SEEK INVESTIGATION TRAINING – Perth 3-5th May
The next SEEK training is in Perth on 3-5 May at the Tradewinds Hotel Fremantle. (http://cllr.com.au/product/seek-the-social-psyvhology-of-event-investigations-unit-2/). This is a great opportunity for people in the West to experience a new and holistic way of investigating.
The SEEK Program doesn’t propose that old models be abandoned but rather builds on current models (eg. iCam, Taproot, 5 Whys etc) and brings skills in social psychology to develop and improve whatever model one is using.
SEEK is not a method, just as The Social Psychology of Risk is not ‘a method’. What SEEK offers is an insight into the many things missed in conventional models.
Here are some questions to consider:
1. Does your model of investigations provide skills in communicating and counselling in situational analysis?
2. Can you model be described as a people-centred process or an object-centred process?
3. Does your model provide skills in the fundamentals of pastoral care?
4. Is your model constrained by a reductionist rather than a deconstructionist approach? Does your analysis take into account heuristics, automaticity and cognitive biases?
5. Does your model help with critical thinking and listening skills?
6. Does your model give an insight into how to best engage with different temperament types?
7. Does your model give an understanding of how to include a cultural perspective in analysis?
8. Does you model consider the complexities of trade-offs and by-products of investigations style?
9. What tools do you use in your investigations? Have you been taught how to use ‘causal loop mapping’, ‘Donut Reflection’, Cultural values Framework analysis, Spacial and Visual literacy?
10. How do you include semiotic indicators in your analysis and reporting?
If these questions interest you and challenge you in what you are currently doing, then maybe SEEK is for you. The SEEK Program is a very skilled-focused rather than method-focused process.
You can read more about the essentials in investigations here: https://www.safetyrisk.net/essentials-in-investigations/
You can sign up for SEEK here: http://cllr.com.au/product/seek-the-social-psyvhology-of-event-investigations-unit-2/
A helpful video on root cause is here: