Where you start in safety drives trajectories. Foundational beliefs and assumptions create directionality and a worldview that interprets reality. These foundations are a philosophy, ideology and … [Read more...] about Safety Holistically a Case for Change
Your Aspiration is Your Commitment and Discourse It’s amazing how the zero fence sitters think that stating a goal as ‘aspirational’ is some kind of let off from the toxicity embedded in discourse. … [Read more...] about Your Aspiration is Your Commitment and Discourse
They’re Only Words….. Aren’t They? Republished by request - Check out the new book by Rob Sams “Words provide a voice to our deepest feelings. I tell you, words have started and stopped wars. … [Read more...] about They’re Only Words….. Aren’t They?
Incommensurability and Discourse in Risk One of the most important concepts discussed by Feyerbend, Laktos, MacIntyre and Kuhn is that of incommensurability. Incommensurability refers to incongruence … [Read more...] about Incommensurability and Discourse in Risk
Corks on the quills of an Echidna = Safe; Really? I really enjoyed this post and the “points” by Max Geyer on his blog VIAMAX CONSULTING . Another example of over zealous zero harm style risk … [Read more...] about Corks on the quills of an Echidna = Safe–Really?
Humanising Workers Compensation – Conversation on the Couch with Rob and James In this 2 part video series, a couple of our authors, Rob Sams and James Ellis, have a chat about the dehumanizing … [Read more...] about Talking Risk Videos – Humanising Workers Compensation
I’m excited and honoured to present Max Geyer’s paper from the recent Psychology of Risk Conference held in Sydney. WARNING: the inbuilt message may disturb some people who are still holding onto the … [Read more...] about Perfectionism in Leadership Discourse Part 1
Perfectionism in Leadership Discourse Part 2 Read Part 1 HERE In this two Part series of articles we are looking at absolutist leadership language and the likelihood that only a “perfect … [Read more...] about Perfectionism in Leadership Discourse Part 2