Mind Your NQRs – Arming Your Intuition with Non-Judgmental Observation

Mind Your NQRs - Arming Your Intuition with Non-Judgmental Observation Any violence prevention instructor worth their salt knows that personal safety begins with situational awareness. And while it’s great to acknowledge that people should be aware of their surroundings, it doesn’t help much if you don’t know what you’re supposed to be looking for

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Perceptive Listening: Intelligence Gathering for Conflict Management

Perceptive Listening: Intelligence Gathering for Conflict Management Many years ago, I was teaching a course to healthcare workers which featured a section on Active Listening. One of my participants interrupted me (ironic, I know) and said something that has stayed with me ever since. “Most people don’t actually listen, they’re just waiting for their

By |2022-02-01T11:31:35+10:00February 10th, 2022|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Conflict Management for Educators

Conflict Management for Educators When I first discussed the idea of a conflict management course specifically for teachers, my non-teacher friends assumed I’d be talking about mediation, or de-escalating disagreements between students. While there’s certainly a use for those skills, the teachers I told knew exactly what I was talking about – managing unacceptable

By |2022-02-01T10:31:45+10:00February 3rd, 2022|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

R2S Violence Prevention featured in The Australian – Occupational Violence Looms as New Threat

Recently, our very own Dr Gav Schneider and Joe Saunders were interviewed by leading journalist, Ticky Fullerton, for a story in The Australian. The interview focused on rapid escalation of occupational violence and aggression currently being experienced in Australia, and the expert solutions offered by R2S Violence Prevention. For non-subscribers, a PDF copy of the

By |2021-12-03T11:17:06+10:00December 3rd, 2021|News, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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