Resilience is not something one has or achieves as if it can be ‘engineered’. The idea that resilience can be ‘engineered’ is a nonsense. Resiliencing is an ongoing ecological state of social meaning, … [Read more...] about Ecological Resiliencing
Two experiences over the Christmas/New Year break have been the cause of much reflection and contemplation. Firstly, I was privileged to be presented with a manuscript for Kerrie Atherton’s latest … [Read more...] about Resiliencing….. (and other such ‘ings’…)
No Ethic of Hope in Zero The denial of fallibility in the language of zero offers no hope for fallible human beings. Hope is much more than a concept of wishing, naïve optimism nor some unrealistic … [Read more...] about No Ethic of Hope in Zero
No Hope for Safety One of the fascinating things about culture in safety is an extraordinary satisfaction with a lack of definition and a phenomenal acceptance of assumptions about critical issues. … [Read more...] about No Hope for Safety
What Makes A Good Safety Leader? By Mark Taylor – see his previous very popular articles here Inspirational safety leaders are reflective and critical thinkers who are able to envision health and … [Read more...] about What Makes A Good Safety Leader?