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Kompetenceløft i Ledelse

Kursusbeskrivelse: Som leder er du i ilden hele tiden, og dine omgivelser stiller flere og flere krav til dig og dine kompetencer. Derfor er det vigtigt, at du ved hvem du selv er og hvordan du er med til at påvirke andre mennesker via din personlighed. Samspillet med dine kollegaer og øvrige samarbejdspartnere vil med…
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Can I serve you an ISBAR….?

In the healthcare system in Denmark it is called ISBAR, in aviation it is called NITSA! A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.  NITSA is a standardised way of communicating especially if you are in a time pressure and want to make sure the essentials are passed. But by all means…
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Is there a passenger available that can assist the pilot?

Have you made a competence matrix in your company? A competence matrix is a fantastic tool especially for creating a clear visual picture on who is doing what and who is taking care of what, in case someone is not present.  When backed up by a Standard Operation Manual where all possible tasks are described,…
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Those who cannot remember the past is condemned to repeat it!

Right now, we are looking at the human performance but indeed also the limitations affecting us. We need to learn from this situation! If you put a group of people under pressure the typical reaction will be: Outer pressure x Tolerance / Interaction = Constant If you increase the outer pressure on people the natural…
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A picture is worth a thousand words

I heard a podcast where forensics compare the smell of a decomposing body with the smell from your composter. And suddenly it stroked me that years ago I read an article were a person claimed that plants have feelings like humans! And they had conducted an experiment to prove it. I decided to do my…
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Do you master the art of communication?

Communication is essential in all we do – most organisations agree to that statement. But why is miscommunication then still root cause of most mistakes in operations? To recognize that a discrepancy between what is happening and what should be happening is often the first indicator, that an error is occurring. The tool to identify…
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Welcome to Tagea.dk

Why is it important to focus on training? Unfortunately most companies needs a serious accident before they start focusing on training of the human factors. Fact is that 75% of all accidents are human-factor related. We need to change this mind-set in the future and start focusing on training the NON-Technical skills to reduce numbers…
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