Type: Blog
Date Posted: Jul 29, 2016
by Dr. Angie Moline
Type: Document
Date Posted: Jul 13, 2016
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 leadership training for college and other outdoor program leaders.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 04, 2016
Outward Bound incident data indicates that random chance has a greater effect on overall incident rates than factors such as training or the technicality of the program activities.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Dec 09, 2015
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 required teach outdoor skills.
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: Feb 14, 2015
Resources Document on the Risk Assessment & Safety Management Model
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 16, 2014
One of the core presentations at the 2012 Wilderness Risk Management Conference. This is one example of how valuable it is to attend this annual conference.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 16, 2014
Learn how to use the limited amount of time you have for staff training to maximize your staff 's alignment with organizational values and make them competent field-based risk managers. Learn how to influence organizational culture and build risk management knowledge specific to your program.