‘Conversations on the Couch’–Biases

'Conversations on the Couch' – Biases In this edition of 'Conversations on the Couch', Gab & Rob talk through how the various biases we all have. If we want to truly understand and deal with risk, we need to recognise that it is subjective and that our thinking about risk is biased in so many …

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 …

Dealing with Incidents

Dealing with Incidents Most approaches to incident investigation focus on technique and process. This is important, gathering facts and compiling important information is critical. However, what most approaches don't consider the range of biases that come with being human. In particular, it is crucial to understand and be mindful of hindsight bias. As soon as …

Communicating and Consulting About Risk

Communicating and Consulting About Risk In this next video from Gab and Rob's 'Conversation on the Couch' series, the guys talk through a little known book that accompanies the Risk Management Standard. It's called Communicating and Consulting About Risk, HB327. You can get a copy here  The book provides some good guidance and background on …

Gab and Rob–One Brain, Three Minds

Gab and Rob Talking Risk – One Brain, Three Minds In this video, we introduce a model developed by Dr Robert Long from Human Dymensions called One Brain, Three Minds. This model helps explain how we make decisions using both the conscious and non-conscious parts of our brain. This video is a little longer than …