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Live Events Q & A – SAM 362

In this episode I share some of the more commonly asked questions that come up during live Situational Awareness events. 

This Q&A session addresses questions from recent live situational awareness programs. Much of the inspiration for the blog posts come from participant questions but this may be the first podcast episode dedicated to questions asked during live events. The three questions we address include: 

  1. What can I do to improve my intuition?
  2. What can I do as first responders to combat information overload?
  3. How can I tell when my perception of reality is flawed?

Length: 27 Minutes

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About the Host

Richard B. Gasaway, PhD, CSP is widely considered a trusted authority on human factors, situational awareness and the high-risk decision making processes used in high-stress, high consequence work environments. He served 33 years on the front lines as a firefighter, EMT-Paramedic, company officer, training officer, fire chief and emergency incident commander.  His doctoral research included the study of cognitive neuroscience to understand how human factors flaw situational awareness and impact high-risk decision making.


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