A common refrain heard after an incident occurs is "What were they thinking?", or some more colourful iteration thereof.
While we cannot know the exact answer to that question, we can better understand how the brain works and how it introduces added risk we refer to as Limbic Risk which impacts a persons ability to see and respond to risk and leads to an increased probability of human error.
Neuroscience help us understand human behaviour, why people do what they, what human error and what leaders can do to design brain-centric programs, processes and tools to reduce the probability of Limbic Risk and human error.
Join Nada Wentzel one of Australia’s leading Workplace Behavioural Change Experts, to explore this in more detail.
• What drives human behaviour and decision making
• How the brain creates additional risk, known as Limbic Risk
• The top 10 factors which lead to Limbic Risk
• Practical strategies you can implement