Response and Recovery leadership 

 masterclass series 

Join us for these highly interactive virtual masterclasses to build your knowledge and capabilities as an emergency management leader.

These practical evidence-based sessions will be of benefit to individuals across the sector who want to learn new tools to improve their capabilities and those of their team to best meet their obligations and accountabilities as a leader in an emergency management setting.

The content will complement the RRANZ Part One and Part Two courses.

Each masterclass will run as two 3-hour sessions over two sequential afternoons, from 1.00pm to 4.00pm.

Pricing: $395 (exl GST) per Masterclass. (includes all course materials).
RRANZ Alumni and IAEM members receive a 5% discount.

RRANZ Masterclass Series 2021

Facilitating successful debriefs

debriefs

Learn new strategies and techniques to develop your capability to facilitate an effective debrief.

 

Who should attend?

Anyone with responsibility for post-event reviews, including emergency operation coordinators and managers and those involved in organisational learning and development.

 

What will I learn?

  • How to prepare, build, and conduct a debrief.
  • Strategies to ensure participants are actively engaged in the process.
  • How to make debriefs challenging and create a safe learning environment.
  • How to use effective techniques (and avoiding some common ineffective ones).
  • Skills to overcome potential barriers that inhibit learning.
  • Strategies to facilitate discussions of different perspectives to support lessons management characterised by mutual understanding.
  • How to link debriefs to organisational learning.

Facilitators

Christine Owen and Cameron Scott

Upcoming courses DATES
28/29 October 2021

Response and recovery decision-making under pressure

Learn how to build individual and team capability to make decisions under high pressure, stress, and uncertainty.

 

Who should attend?

Leaders who make decisions in high pressure environments and who are interested in improving their decision-making and that of their team.

 

What will I learn?
  • The impacts of stress, time compression, and uncertainty on individual and group decision-making.
  • The neuroscience of decision-making.
  • Elements that enhance or erode effectiveness indecision-making.
  • How to manage sense-making, situational awareness and cognitive bias.
  • How to facilitate authorising environments to enhance team capability.
Upcoming courses DATES
11/12 August 2021 - FULL
4/5 October 2021 - FULL
18/19 October 2021 - FULL
29/30 November 2021

Leading in a multi-agency response and recovery environment

Enhance your capability to mobilise and manage high functioning teams to operate effectively in disaster, crisis, and adversity.

 

Who should attend?

All who hold responsibility for managing teams in emergency operations.

 

What will I learn?
  • How to build and develop strategies to launch, cultivate, and integrate teams to maximise capability and deliver results in high consequence environments.
  • The core elements that can enable or undermine multi-disciplinary team effectiveness.
  • Methods to diagnose and resolve dysfunctions in teamwork.
  • How to Identify networks between interdependent teams in an emergency management context to enable effective coordination through influence.
  • Strategies for facilitating team learning for continuous improvement.
UPCOMING COURSE DATES
28/29 September 2021 - FULL
11/12 October 2021 - FULL
1/2 November 2021 - FULL
6/7 December 2021

Facilitators

David Parsons, Dr. Christine Owen, and Cameron Scott bring their extensive evidence/practice-based expertise to deliver a highly interactive, engaging, and valued masterclass.

Dave Parsons

David Parsons

David has considerable emergency management experience in a number of emergency management roles in emergency services organisations and the corporate sectors. His specialist expertise is in emergency response management, crisis decision making, exercise management, lessons learned, organisational resilience.

He works with organisations including critical infrastructure, public safety, and health. David has extensive involvement in providing emergency management professional development at Diploma and Degree levels in Australia and New Zealand. His specialty area of interest is in the neuroscience of decision-making and multiagency leadership.

Christine Owen

Christine Owen

Christine is an organisational behaviour and learning researcher with over 25 years’ experience in investigating decision-making, teamwork, coordination, organisational culture and change in safety-critical environments. She has been engaged by industry in a number of practitioner reviews and evaluations of major emergency events.

Christine conducts research into high consequence decision-making, leadership, teamwork, and collaboration in domains including aviation, medicine, emergency management, and public safety. She is passionate about transforming research evidence into practice to improve working lives.

Cameron-Scott

Cameron Scott

Cameron has considerable experience in a number of emergency management roles in state and federal government, including the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources in Victoria and the Australian Emergency Management Institute within Emergency Management Australia.

Cameron is the National Network Emergency Manager at the National Broadband Network (nbn), where he is responsible for controlling and coordinating the response to emergencies. He is also responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with emergency management agencies across the country as well as the development of emergency management capability including planning, training and exercising. Cameron represents nbn on the national Communications Sector Trusted Information Sharing Network (TISN).

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