Episode 193 | Herd Mentality

In this episode we discuss the cognitive bias known as herd mentality (or herd behavior).  Length: 31 minutes http://traffic.libsyn.com/samatters/SAM20193207C20Herd20Mentality.mp3 __________________________________________________ If you are interested in taking your understanding of situational awareness and high-risk decision making to a higher level, check out the Situational Awareness Matters Online Academy. CLICK HERE for details, enrollment options and pricing. __________________________________

Top 10 of 2015

It is the goal of Situational Awareness Matters to post a new podcast episode every Tuesday and a new blog article every Friday. This goal was achieved in 2015. Thus, there were 52 podcast episodes and 52 blog articles posted. Listed below are the topics and links to the top 10 most popular blog articles […]

Episode 62: Review of the most popular close call interviews

                What can you learn from someone who has survived close call? The answer is… A LOT. When I launched this show in April 2014, the purpose was, as it remains, to help first responders improve situational awareness and decision making while operating in high stress, high consequence environments. […]

Radio Show

Available on iTunes and Stitcher Radio! (Click the icon below or search SAMatters Radio)       __________________________________________________________________ Episode 195 This episode is part two of an interview with Christo Motz, a board member for the Crisis Response Journal. CLICK HERE for the episode show notes. Length: 61 minutes http://traffic.libsyn.com/samatters/SAM20195207C20Christo20Motz20Interview20-20Part202.mp3 __________________________________________________________________ Episode 194 This episode […]

Episode 17: Situational awareness lessons learned from a double line-of-duty death

  Available on iTunes and Stitcher Radio! (Click the icon below or search SAMatters Radio)       __________________________________________________________________   “Lessons learned from the Athletic Club Hotel Fire.” This episode is an interview with Indianapolis Health & Safety Chief, Doug Abernathy. In 1992, Doug had been on the Indianapolis Fire Department for four years and […]