Managing Threats

Managing Threats

Mandy Hickson

25 years: Ex-RAF pilot & leadership expert

Threats can be defined as any situation, event, or circumstance that occurs outside of your influence and which may affect the safety of an operation. Mandy discusses the different ways to avoid, trap and mitigate these threats.

Threats can be defined as any situation, event, or circumstance that occurs outside of your influence and which may affect the safety of an operation. Mandy discusses the different ways to avoid, trap and mitigate these threats.

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Managing Threats

11 mins 36 secs

Overview

All large organisations conduct regular threat analysis. But how many had a worldwide pandemic in their top 3 threats? Some threats can’t be completely avoided but they can be mitigated with the right plans in place.

Key learning objectives:

  • What are the causes of most accidents in organisations?

  • What is the best way to manage a threat?

  • What are the two different types of threats?

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Mandy Hickson

Mandy Hickson

Mandy Hickson was one of the first female fighter pilots in the Royal Air Force having joined in 1994. Mandy has over 25 years experience within aviation, operating in hostile environments, including patrolling the ‘No Fly’ zone, flying over 50 combat missions over Iraq. Drawing on her experience of calculated risk-taking, leadership, decision-making under pressure and the critical role of the human in the system, Mandy now transfers these lessons from the cockpit to many other management and leadership contexts.

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