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Second Order Thinking Strategies to Construct Deeper Meaning From Context & Situation – SDP#27

Second Order Thinking Strategies to Construct Deeper Meaning From Context & Situation – SDP#27

In this episode of “The Safety Doc Podcast”, Dr. Perrodin describes first order (AKA, first level) thinking, which can be a visceral response, and also second level thinking, which goes a step further by having one reflect upon “why” he or she feels a certain way about a situation or event.  It is easy to chide ourselves for visceral feelings,[Read More…]

by May 15, 2017 0 comments Video
Second Order Thinking Strategies to Construct Deeper Meaning From Context & Situation – SDP#27

Second Order Thinking Strategies to Construct Deeper Meaning From Context & Situation – SDP#27

[podcast] In this episode of “The Safety Doc Podcast”, Dr. Perrodin describes first order thinking, which can be a visceral response, and also second level thinking, which goes a step further by having one reflect upon “why” he or she feels a certain way about a situation or event.  David shares his own awkward feelings upon reading the obituary of[Read More…]

by May 14, 2017 0 comments Partner
Three Spectacular In-The-Moment High-Stakes Decisions that Saved Lives – SDP#9

Three Spectacular In-The-Moment High-Stakes Decisions that Saved Lives – SDP#9

The Lower Manhattan rescue of September 11, 2001, taught us that one of the greatest challenges of contingency planning is making sure you don’t plan too much. Having options offers flexibility and the ability to precisely align responses to developing contexts and situations.  Lessons of Lower Manhattan A Contrarian’s Perspective of the Unconventional, Exceptional Rescue of 500,000 People By David[Read More…]

by January 6, 2017 0 comments Partner