Artwork for podcast Safeopedia Podcasts
Meet the Author with Dr. Ian Snape
20th May 2022 • Safeopedia Podcasts • Safeopedia Podcast
00:00:00 00:57:45

Share Episode


Join us for a collaborative session on the this episode of Meet the Author with Dr. Ian Snape discussing Resilience in "Design: How to Survive and Thrive in a Complex and Turbulent World "

If stress is the global epidemic of the twenty-first century, then resilience is the cure. Resilience is the ability to prepare for, respond to, and adapt to incremental changes; challenging, difficult, and disruptive situations; and major upheaval or catastrophes. Resilience isn’t just the ability to tough it out; it’s dependent upon an interconnected set of skills, techniques, creative processes, and new understandings of how we think, act, and interact with our environments and each other. Learn:

- There’s no such thing as an inherently stressful situation, workplace, or event.

- How to appreciate and benefit from hidden information in your unconscious signals and intuitions

- The Everest Pattern to develop your decision-making for complex, high-risk situations.

View book:

Our Guest

Dr. Ian Snape the CEO of Frontline Mind

Ian Snape is the CEO of Frontline Mind, and training company based in Hobart. He is a former research leader and executive at the Australian Antarctic Division where he led teams on 14 polar expeditions to both polar regions.

A fan of the Harry Potter books, Ian is the real-life Professor Snape, previously holding Professorial Fellowships at the University of Melbourne and Macquarie University. He is the author of more than 100 academic papers across a wide range of scientific disciplines.

In a parallel life, just like Snape from Hogwarts, he’s a master in defence against the dark arts, holding black belts in both Taekwondo and Hapkido. He is also a flow junkie, a passionate ski mountaineer, a climber, and a competitive sailor.

Ian coaches and trains CEOs, olympic athletes, and frontline professionals how to operate effectively and safely in complex high risk activities.