Poetic Practice and Risk Our daily living is a continual poetic engagement with experience. We only know personally what we experience and the power of cognitive learning is quite weak. Shifting some … [Read more...] about Poetic Practice and Risk
All Care and No Care! Time and time again we are bombarded with articles and ‘research’ prescribing how to be more resilient. I came across this article the other day about care workers and … [Read more...] about All Care and No Care!
You Are Not Alone! Did you realize that loneliness is at epidemic proportions? (https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/modern-mentality/201807/what-you-need-know-about-the-loneliness-epidemic). Why … [Read more...] about You Are Not Alone!
What’s Your Resilience Profile? Is resilience an individual problem or a social issue? Social resilience implies that resilience is everybody’s business. Unless we look at resilience from a social … [Read more...] about What’s Your Resilience Profile?
Humans Don’t Bounce! We can’t measure resilience and neither should we! It’s absurd to think that we can somehow quantify a persons struggle or crisis and condense it down to a ‘helpful’ number. Yet … [Read more...] about Humans Don’t Bounce!
Resilience and Safety By Phil La Duke – first published HERE Last week I watched a video posted by a LinkedIn contact Carsten Bush. Those of you who are fortunate enough to know Carsten know that … [Read more...] about Resilience and Safety
Scenario Learning in Risk and Safety One of the best ways of learning safety is through scenarios. Scenarios are constructed to either replicate real situations to maximize perception of recognizable … [Read more...] about Scenario Learning in Risk and Safety
Why Personify Safety? I spoke at a conference last week and had the unfortunate experience of following a presentation by a regulator. When will safety people get sick and tired of being bombarded … [Read more...] about Why Personify Safety?
How many band-aids are covering up your festering safety system? Great article by Trinette Jaeschke first published here on her Safety Mentor Blog Some extracts: Resilience: Is it missing in … [Read more...] about Resilience: Is it missing in safety?
Y is Being and Doing Parents of young children know about the ‘why cycle’. Kids around about 3 or 4 years of age learn the loop of why. Young kids discover that asking ‘Yes, but why?’ can go on … [Read more...] about Y is Being and Doing