Type: Document
Date Posted: Nov 24, 2015
Emergent findings in social psychology point to the limitations of cognition and rationality; decision-making, it turns out, is highly over-rated.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 24, 2015
Emergent findings in social psychology point to the limitations of cognition and rationality; decision-making, it turns out, is highly over-rated.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Jun 14, 2015
From the Editors at OutdoorEd.com:
Type: Document
Date Posted: Apr 18, 2015
One of the things that we have been working on at Princeton is a Strategic Plan for the Outdoor Action Program.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Feb 14, 2015
Resources Document on the Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 16, 2014
This presentation will draw from NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute's 15 years of phone interviewing experience to provide insight into what can be a daunting process: selecting candidates for employment remotely. You can hire people for jobs without meeting them in person!
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 16, 2014
This workshop will provide audience members with an understanding of how people tend to react, both cognitively and behaviorally, in stressful situations. Additionally, the presenter will explore how quality training can influence one's response.
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Oct 04, 2014
This year's Wilderness Risk Management Conference in Atlanta was a superb three-day event focusing on critical issues relating to risk management for outdoor programs.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Aug 14, 2014
This article is designed to provide a short outline of the areas that should be evaluated in order to develop a comprehensive Safety Management Program for your organization. [Note: A number of legal issues are referred to in this article.