Science talks about the necessity of objective evidence and objectivity but in a world where we, while at work, have a subjective mind, how can we believe that our subjective interpretation and perceptions of reality can suddenly become objective? We might have well-structured procedures, nice values described on a poster and for sure we can measure the oxygen level in an enclosed space but in no shape or form will our life be free of subjectivity and thank goodness for that. We need subjective minds that think, assess, contemplate, evaluate, and continuously adapt to the given situations. Without strong subjective minds we are lost. We manage reality through awareness, perceptions, and interpretations.
This fourth online course (four out of six) about the human element focuses on the structures of the subjective human perceptions and how these can – if done correctly – be used better and thereby improving your (safety) performance. As always, I will present a bit of theory, some methods but also some practical advice and tools.
Friday the 4th of June
09.00 DK time (GMT +1)
Sign up for the fourth online course in ‘The Human Element’ for 30€.
THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS TWO (2) DAYS BEFORE THE COURSE DATE. (1day for webinars)