The role of psychological confidence in accident investigations: A discussion with Ivan Pupulidy

Episode 24 - Featuring Ivan Pupulidy

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In this podcast, a world-renowned safety scientist and expert in human factors shares his research and experience about the role of psychological confidence in organizational learning. Psychological confidence, unlike psychological safety, is an emerging concept in safety sciences. What makes this concept unique, and more importantly, how does it improve the quality of learning from accidents. Listen to this discussion to learn more.

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