The Safeti Podcast ‘Connecting Health, Safety & Environment’
If you are involved in Health and Safety, Environment or anything in between, make sure to join us for some laid back learning!
In Episode 22 of The Safeti Podcast, we catch up with Professor Tim Marsh, a Chartered Psychologist and Chartered Fellow of IOSH, to discuss a myriad of topics, including behavioural safety, positive psychology and employee wellbeing.
We delve into the theory behind our natural appetite for risk, diminishing returns from traditional approaches and the link between wellbeing and behavioural safety, amongst other things (including the Six Nations).
Tim Marsh Bio – find out more about Tim’s background and accomplishments in our blog post
Organised Wellbeing by Tim Marsh & Louise Ward – Wellbeing is now at the top of almost everyone’s agenda and many technical books have been published on the topic. More than that, an ever-increasing number of organisations are understanding that getting wellbeing right is a win-win that can boost profits or simply make sustainability viable.
Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed – Black Box Thinking is a new approach to high performance, a means of finding an edge in a complex and fast-changing world. It is not just about sport, but has powerful implications for business and politics, as well as for parents and students. In other words, all of us.
Anker and Marsh – visit Tim’s business website where along with his associates, the aim is to minimise risk, enhance culture and maximising human potential. Some really useful free media here, including books, blog articles and videos.