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Who Decides What is Ugly?

A visit to our local Art Gallery last week with some good friends taught me a lot about risk and safety. You might be surprised what you see when you open your eyes to a new way of looking and observing. Art can teach us so much http://www.safetyrisk.net/who-decides-what-is-ugly/

Competition – Win a Ticket to the Psychology of Risk Conference

Are you keen to learn about a fresh perspective to dealing with risk? Are you sick of attending conferences that that are full of regulators, lawyers, bureaucrats and fear centred safety? Then set these dates aside! There has been nothing like this conference before. ACU, Human Dymensions and the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk are […]

Newsletter #1 – December 2014

Welcome to Dolphyn’s First Newsletter In this first Newsletter, we reflect on 2014 by: sharing stories of what we’ve been up to; outlining some of our programs; launch our first competition; celebrate the fun and learning we had in 2014 We hope you enjoy reading and as usual, we look forward to your thoughts and […]

Just Toolbox it!

Just Toolbox it! How often have you heard this term in risk and safety? It seems to be the key way we address safety concerns including incidents, hazards, a ‘safety alert’ or a ‘safety share’ When we only communicate in a one dimensional way, through ‘telling’ rather than engaging, we limit the opportunity to understand […]

Reflection Makes Sense

Karl Weick writes: How can I know what we did until I see what we produced? (Weick 1995, p. 30) It’s only when we take time out to reflect, that we can open our minds to new learning which can help make us make sense of things. READ THE FULL ARTICLE FIRST PUBLISHED HERE

Conversation Corner

It’s amazing how good conversations can be when you don’t have an agenda. When your goal is simply to get to ‘know’ people you can learn a lot. If you want to really understand what happens in your organisation, Conversation Corner could be the go! Happy to have a chat about how we went about […]

Measuring does things to people

For a while now the the risk and safety industry has pushed for a move from lag indicators to positive indicators, but does this really make a difference? Here are some thoughts on what measuring does to people and organisations. Love to hear your thoughts. http://www.safetyrisk.net/measuring-does-things-to-people-and-what-to-do-about-it/

Gab & Rob Talking Risk – Humble Enquiry

Gab & Rob are often asked to share more about how they go about things when supporting people and organisations to deal with risk. People ask for practical tips and ideas for how they can become better communicators in risk and safety. In this series of ‘Gab & Rob Talking Risk’, the guys take us […]

I’m biased, but that’s ok!

In my latest Blog, I talk about just some of the biases at play when we make decisions and judgments about risk. There are over 250 biases that can impact on the decisions we make, all of which work in the non-conscious part of our brain which means that we aren’t even aware of them. […]