Partner Mission-Centered Solutions Denver, Colorado, United States
Making decisions about risk in stressful, dynamic environments is a routine task faced by incident commanders and fire service leaders. How good are we at actually evaluating and then communicating what the level of risk is? We will use stories and experiences from practitioners in the special forces and fire service to discuss these concepts in a dynamic, and engaging TED talk. Presenters will discuss how varying experiences can mean different practitioners perceive risk differently. We will then use tactical exercises and real-world examples to allow participants to practice what they have learned, and sharpen their edge.
Participants will have a greater understanding of the limitations of our abilities to perceive risk in a dynamic and changing environment.
Participants will learn ways to effectively communicate risk using leaders intent and end state type messages.
Participants will understand how levels of experience can create differences in how we perceive risk in a dynamic environment.
Participants will learn how story sharing can assist in assessing risk and compensating for difference in experience levels among practitioners.