The Link Between Think and Blink

The Link Between Think and Blink I attended another engaging ‘thinking group’ meeting this morning on the Central Coast of NSW in Australia. The meeting was organised by James Ellis, and some new ‘thinkers’ joined us at today’s meeting including; a clinical psychologist who also practices in forensic psychology; a training manager with a background …

Thinking Out Loud (if commenting online isn’t for you)

Thinking Out Loud (if commenting online isn’t for you) Social media, including Blogs, Facebook, Company Websites and LinkedIn for example, can be a source of useful information and ideas. By the same token, sharing, discussing and expressing your views via these forums can be scary and at times very challenging. For example over the last …

The Unconscious and the Soap Dispenser

The Unconscious and the Soap Dispenser I just came from a “Thinking Group” meeting where the topic of conversation was around conscious and unconscious thinking and about how our unconscious takes care of many of our decisions as we go about our day. In particular we talked about how when incidents happen, quite often the …

Talking Risk Videos–Thinking Groups

Talking Risk Videos–Thinking Groups In this next video from Gab and Rob's 'Conversations on the Couch' series, the guys talk about Thinking Groups. Rob talked about Thinking Groups in one of his blogs to give an understanding about what they are and what they are about. Here they expand on that a little more to …

What is a Safety and Risk ‘Thinking Group’?

What is a Safety and Risk ‘Thinking Group’? When we take time out to critically think through, and challenge, the ‘norm’ in risk and safety, we open up our eyes, and importantly our minds, to new thinking and innovation when we use our imagination to better discern risk In my last post Some Basics on …