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Human Risk
The Human Risk Podcast
People are often described as the largest asset in most organisations. They are also the biggest single cause of risk. This podcast explores the topic of 'human risk', or "the risk of people doing things they shouldn't or not doing things they should", and examines how behavioural science can help us mitigate it. It also looks at 'human reward', or "how to get the most out of people". When we manage human risk, we often stifle human reward. Equally, when we unleash human reward, we often inadvertently increase human risk.
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5.0 stars from 33 ratings
An excellent podcast! Insightful with wide array of interesting topics. Highly recommended.
MartinPRG! via Apple Podcasts · Czech Republic · 05/23/21
I am so pleased I found this one - being a risk professional and engaging with the various manifestations of risk and its perception throughout my career - I find Christian and his guests conversations so invaluable and outstandingly interesting! Thank you so much for sharing all your insights- I...Read full review »
Katerina_02_08 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/20/21
Great format, great guests!
Christian Consistently delivers great context that at the same delivers a smile and a head scratch. He’s a terrific host and a thoughtful conversationalist. Keep up the good work!
conman12 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/14/21
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