Affective Safety Leadership is working towards improved safety through the understanding of interpersonal interactions, including the emotional split-second reaction where the intersection of multiple objectives, complexities, cultures and risk concerns Continue Reading →
Click here for the full English text… Flere har bedt om en dansk appetitvækker til CoRep programmet om “Leadership for Safety”, der fortrinsvist er beskrevet på engelsk. Nedenstående har ligget Continue Reading →
Came across the materials on OilGasDenmark’s 2013 Offshore Safety Conference and found the introductory article included in the conference newspaper. A sample quote as it relates specifically to the CoRep Continue Reading →
Affective Safety Leadership will be offered as a compact, high-impact 3,5 day pilot session in Stavanger on December 3rd through 6th, 2013. In an investigative partnership between CfL and Ullriggen, Continue Reading →
Have updated the description of the unique DONG CoRep Leadership program designed to increase interpersonal robustness, efficiency and safety. Now with links to OilGasDenmark video, ISSC 2013 paper and articles Continue Reading →
The 50th International System Safety Conference, ISSC 2013, in Boston last week was quite the event with topics ranging from defense to healthcare and transport, from oil to nuclear and Continue Reading →
Excellent rounds and fruitful reflective team exercises. New learnings in the application of JTI Profile towards understanding own and team behavior. Tons of topic requests and vitally important updates to the group rules.
Have a look, answer your invitation or request to join. As per the updated rules all active CoReps who knows the DONG Cards and have passed the elleven-day training program are welcome! As of yesterday the only restrictions are a two-meeting quarantine after changing employer.
Have updated the speaking engagements — the successful story of Affective Safety Leadership will now be heard in August in Boston at the International Systems Safety Conference as well. Honored Continue Reading →
Have added reference Dr. Tim Marsh’s highly influential book “ASM Affective Safety Management” published by IIRSM in 2009. In many ways this book is a necessary precursor to all efforts Continue Reading →