IMPORTANT NOTE - this session will not be recorded therefore will not be available for viewing post event at EAOnDemand
About the event
- Understand the mechanisms as well as insight into our how the brain functions
- Learn strategies to reduce Limbic Risk™ and Human Error at an organisational, leadership and individual level to help us drive improved performance.
Who should attend
This event is relevant to all engineers, managers and leaders who are interested in our decision making processes. In particular those whose roles have influence over safety, whether in the workplace or in a technical (process) sense.
About the speaker
Nada Wentzel - Global Solutions Director, Jonah Group
Partner at The Jonah Group, Nada Wentzel is one of Australia’s most qualified and internationally sought after safety culture, mindset and leadership experts. She combines a depth of industry experience across disaster crisis management, safety leadership training and neuroscience.
This is the first in a series of four webinars on the theme of ‘risk management in the new normal’.
The Newcastle College of Leadership and Management present their Biennial Risk Series for 2022 on the theme of ‘risk management in the new normal’.
Our world is changing rapidly and how we approach risk management is too. COVID-19, big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML); our workplace and work practices; security of information; our approaches to Safety; how we manage and how we lead.
This four-part series will cover a range of thought-provoking issues under the umbrella of risk and risk management. Attendees can expect to gain insight into risk application in areas which are topical to managing and leading in today’s world. The webinar is applicable to all engineering disciplines and supplies specific risk management CPD required to meet CPEng and NPER requirements.
Other webinars in this series include:
Managing competency risks in the electrical energy industry – 17 February 2022
Data analytics and risk engineering methodologies in engineering and construction – 24 February 2022
Cyber and insider threat risks to supply chain resilience – 3 March 2022
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