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The Leadership 101 and 102 workshops are part of the Leader Training Program for the Outdoor Action Program at Princeton University. We hope this is a helpful resource for you in developing your own...Read More
Training outdoor leaders within a college/university setting requires a multidisciplinary approach that does not fit well into a standard quarter/semester format due to the type of terrain and time...Read More
Emergent findings in social psychology point to the limitations of cognition and rationality; decision-making, it turns out, is highly over-rated. What this means for us: a focus on non-normal,...Read More
This presentation is on the Risk Assessment and Safety Management model or RASM. This model is designed to provide your organization and your staff with a real-world tool to help you prepare for risk...Read More