Managing Risk Before It Becomes A Statistic

Managing Risk Before It Becomes A Statistic

Within the wider discussion about risk (see discussion from Sidney Dekker, Michael Mazarr, and John Adams, amongst others) there is a common theme in both finance and Health & Safety that questions over-reliance on computational, procedural, bureaucratic...
Creativity & Team Composition

Creativity & Team Composition

What comes to mind when you think of creativity? Does it evoke images of a solitary artist, author or musician painstakingly bent over their work? … or does it conjure up words like ‘imagination’, ‘eccentricity’ or ‘risk...
Your Risk Type Is Writing Your Biography

Your Risk Type Is Writing Your Biography

Risk accompanies every aspect of life: every thought, every action, every decision. Your risk disposition will be the most significant of your individual differences – at least from a biographical perspective. The way you cross a busy street, how carefully you...
Risk Personalities of Pilots: A Discussion with Ken Cerney

Risk Personalities of Pilots: A Discussion with Ken Cerney

We’re very excited to announce that we will be running a free webinar on Thursday 13th December with Ken Cerney, discussing his research using the Risk Type Compass® with helicopter pilots and crew members. Ken is a retired US Army soldier, leader and pilot,...
Personalities of The Great British Bake-Off

Personalities of The Great British Bake-Off

As psychologists, The Great British Bake Off has given us contestants with a diverse range of personality characteristics to sink our teeth into. Stressful, high-stake situations bring our most deeply-rooted personality characteristics to the fore; and what could be...