Why Metaphors Matter in Risk

  We all use metaphors in how we speak and communicate to each other. Metaphor is poetic language that requires imagination to understand how a bridge is created for understanding. A metaphor is a mechanism that uses an image to convey meaning about something else (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metaphor ). Essentially a metaphor is a paradox, we try …

The SEEK Investigations Donut

The SEEK Investigations Donut As a part of the SEEK Investigations Workshop (http://cllr.com.au/product/seek-the-social-psyvhology-of-event-investigations-unit-2/ ) we explore what is missing from contemporary and popular investigations methods. We use the idea of a donut to imagine what is missing from the centre, and use the donut metaphor to explain the gap in thinking between common investigations models …

SEEK Investigations Workshop

SEEK Investigations Workshop 5,6,7 July Canberra The next SEEK Investigations Workshop is in Canberra on 5-7 July at the Balcony Room, Tuggeranong Community Centre, Canberra. This is a great opportunity to experience a new and holistic way of investigations in the framework of the Social Psychology of Risk. What SEEK Investigations offer is an insight …

SEEK INVESTIGATION TRAINING – Perth 3-5th May

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 …

SEEK is not a Method

You can find out more about the SEEK workshop in Brisbane to be held in November here: https://safetyrisk.net/essentials-in-investigations/ and download the SEEK flyer here: http://cart.humandymensions.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/SEEK-Brisbane-91011-Nov-2016-2.pdf SEEK is not a Method When one looks at popular ‘methods’ of investigation often you will find that underlying values, ethics and philosophy are not made clear. The focus is …