The Essentials of Supervision in Risk

  It is a strange that people who rise to levels of supervisor receive little or no education in supervision. I find all the time that whilst executives receive significant investment in professional development that we often expect people who supervise to ‘learn on the job’. Whenever we run our Superviz workshops  we find that …

Experiential Learning for Safety and Risk

Experiential Learning for Safety and Risk Wikipedia describes Experiential learning as: the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing" You will see this classic quote many times throughout this blog: “How can I know what I think or feel until I see what I say and …

You Don’t Believe in Common Sense?

You Don’t Believe in Common Sense? Another Hard Hitter by Dr Robert Long from www.humandymensions.com The Coroners decision confirms it, there is no ‘common sense’, it can’t be assumed and we shouldn’t talk about it because it dumbs down the industry and perpetuates a delusional myth. On 5 July the Queensland Coroner has found three …