Intuition is an interesting concept. It’s something nearly all of us acknowledge the existence of. If you’re a spiritual person you might call it psychic, or a word from God, energy of the universe, etcetera. If you’re more of a scientifically minded sceptic, you might explain it through the lens of the reticular activating
How do you approach risk in your team and organisation? Do you look at risks in different areas of the organisation as separate, or are you busting silos and looking at risk holistically? Do you have an understanding of where security risk fits into the bigger corporate picture? If these questions are relevant to
Regardless of which sector your organisation operates in, you are likely to have some experience with eLearning. If you are a training provider, this might be a core component of your business. If you are not, then you have been exposed to eLearning through staff development and training programs, or other initiatives in your
Building good risk management practices means building individual decision-making from the ground up, and giving members of our organisation the awareness and knowledge to make better decisions in their personal and family life first. This will, without a doubt, reflect in better decision-making at work. You can read more about this here and here.
We all play different roles at different times – parent, friend, employee, leader, employer, manager, partner, spouse, etc. But separating these is becoming harder and harder with technological advancement and globalisation. More and more, the lines between the three aspects of life – work, personal and virtual – are blurring, and even more so
Risk can be defined as the effect of uncertainty on possible outcomes. This means every decision, at every level of the organisation, has some level of risk to it. Effective decision-making lies at the heart of managing risk. And managing risk, now more than ever, is the responsibility of every individual within an organisation.
Recently Bloomberg Businessweek released an article highlighting Gilead Sciences Inc. in a rare example of foresight amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic. A Presilience® approach focuses foresight and proactively managing uncertainty, rather than reaction and recovery. Gilead’s investigational medicine, Remdesivir has been shown to aid in combatting a wide range of Coronaviruses, including MERS and
COVID-19 has changed the way we do things. As organisations, as teams, as friends, as families and as individuals. The change has come suddenly. And the situation keeps changing, which is likely to continue. This has taken a huge toll on many of us in terms of our health – physically, mentally and emotionally.
Achieving balance between our work life, personal life and online life has become harder and harder in recent years. Answer the following two questions (and be honest): How many hours are you in front of a screen – any type of screen, phones included – in a typical day? How regularly do your work
I’ve been working around customer aggression and workplace violence for close to 15 years now. In that time, I’ve worked amongst a variety of industries including, but not limited to: Hospitality and liquor retail Private security Hotel and resort industry Hospitals and healthcare Human services and community support roles Travel and aviation Funeral industry