Free Download - Social Sensemaking in Risk Rob Sams has made his book Social Sensemaking, A Reflective Journal on Risk available for free download: … [Read more...] about Free Download – Social Sensemaking in Risk
Social Sensemaking - Free eBook Social Sensemaking was first published in August 2016. It’s a book written as a reflection of a ‘learning adventure’ of the Social Psychology of Risk, and inspired … [Read more...] about Social Sensemaking – Free eBook
One death is a tragedy and a million deaths is a statistic Joseph Stalin Most lectures at occupational health and safety conferences or zoom webinars invariably include death by Pierrepoint … [Read more...] about Paradise by the dashboard light
Stranger (is not always) Danger How might we engage with others in ways that seek ‘connection’, rather than efficacy? What may we do to move toward ‘meeting’ others (even if only for a brief moment), … [Read more...] about Stranger (is not always) Danger
Just Hangin’ Out… One of the privileges of working in a community-led, service oriented organisation, is that I come across some remarkable people. Remarkable, not because they are heroes who save … [Read more...] about Just Hangin’ Out…
Models From Social Sensemaking First published here In this piece I introduce you to two of the semiotic models developed in my first book Social Sensemaking. Firstly, The Decision Tree and then The … [Read more...] about Models From Social Sensemaking
I was Offloaded! Why is it that even with ample information, and despite 'knowing' differently, that sometimes our 'feeling of risk' may override, or at least heavily influence, our response to it? … [Read more...] about I was Offloaded!
Sensemaking and ‘Hapori’ – Essential for Tackling Risk in New Zealand “The minimum unit of a human being is two” These are the (wise) words of Graham Long, the Pastor and CEO of The Wayside Chapel … [Read more...] about Sensemaking and ‘Hapori’ – Essential for Tackling Risk in New Zealand