How can non-technical skills like planning and preparation, prioritizing, decision making, teamwork and fatigue management contribute to averting disaster?
Rhona Flin conducts research into human performance "at the sharp end", environments like the aircraft cockpit, where things can go very wrong, fast. Her work include studies in aviation, oil and gas, finance, nuclear and not least healthcare.
She is Professor of Industrial Psychology at Aberdeen Business School (RGU), professor emeritus at the University of Aberdeen and of course a TEDx'er.
Join her in Forskningsparken, Oslo, as she answers the most pressing questions for COO's, HR business partners, risk and safety managers and L&D professionals.
The sharp end is found in almost every organisation. In nurseries. In air traffic control towers. Sub-sea. In the operating room. Defending critical IT infrastructure.
In aviation, more than half of accidents can arguably be traced back to human error. This ambiguous human factor, however, can be managed. When - or even more so before - things go wrong, a very specific skill set will often determine the final outcome.
With lives at stake, failure to develop non-technical skills is not an option.
Forskningsparken/Oslo Science Park
0349 Oslo (View map)
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