Motivation, Learning and Risk Motivation, like learning is not a neutral concept. How one thinks motivation and learning work, is directly connected to ones’ worldview, psychology of goals and one’s … [Read more...] about Motivation, Learning and Risk
One of the delusions of Behaviourism is that guilt and punitive consequence are motivational. The opposite is the case. There is endless research to demonstrate that the assumptions of Behaviourism … [Read more...] about Motivation and de-Motivation in Safety
Ten Secrets to Risk and Safety Motivation and Ownership (republished by request) Here they are: 1. There are no secrets. What we need to know about motivation is already out there, trouble is, in … [Read more...] about Ten Secrets to Risk and Safety Motivation and Ownership
Another brilliant essay by one of my fellow Students undertaking Graduate Certificate in The Psychology of Risk at ACU – published with permission The key to leadership is motivation. What motivates … [Read more...] about Leadership – What Motivates People to Become Followers?
For some reason, every time we publish an article with the word “pleasure” in the title it gets many more hits than articles with “safety” in the title, so I wonder what happens when I use both words … [Read more...] about The Essentialist Pleasure Of Safety
Safety Behaviour a Matter of Motivation by Don Andrechek The word that arises when dealing with the change of a worker’s behavior is “HOW”? How can I get motivational success? How can we … [Read more...] about Safety Behaviour a Matter of Motivation
How OHS people can maintain their motivation Classic post by the late George Robotham In my 38 years involvement in OHS I have been lied to by various people, have lost count of the number of times … [Read more...] about How OHS people can maintain their motivation
Perfectionism in Safety and the Denial of Humanity Article by Dr Rob Long from www.humandymensions.com in response to Safety Under Construction What a bizarre claim that someone can guarantee no … [Read more...] about Perfectionism in Safety and the Denial of Humanity