ISRM ANZ Journal
Autumn Edition 2022
“It has been a challenging period of late where risk exposure, leadership, decision-making, and performance have all been impacted in so many ways. The world we live in continues to change rapidly around us, and whilst this change brings new threats, it also brings new opportunities to the fore. The challenge is to effectively manage the downside, while capitalising on the upside – which is far easier said than done.
Our goal at the ISRM ANZ Chapter is to provide thought leadership around strategy, risk, and management – to not just survive but to thrive. We are very grateful to our contributing authors for their submissions to this, our second Journal, sharing their thoughts and ideas of what is happening, and what we need to be thinking about. I am sure that you, as a reader, will gain many insights. Even if you take just one idea away, we feel our objectives are being achieved.”
DR GAV SCHNEIDER, REGIONAL CHAIR ANZ
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He has conducted business in over 17 countries and provided a wide range of services for a very diverse client base ranging from heads of state to school teachers. He is a leading academic and subject matter expert in his field and is a much-sought after International speaker. He has trained thousands of people in his own right and to date, his companies have trained in excess of 150,000 people in numerous countries.
He has also authored two books including the highly acclaimed “Can I See your Hands – A Guide To Situational Awareness, Personal Risk Management, Resilience and Security” and is a lifelong martial artist with master grades in several systems. Dr Gav serves as the Group CEO for the Risk 2 Solution Group and is the ISRM ANZ regional Chair.
Gary’s career began as a Combat Medic in the U.S. ARMY, and he then spent 6 years working in a Coronary Intensive Care unit and Level 1 Trauma Centre. The lessons learned during these years that make up his business persona include staying calm under pressure, decisive decision making, teamwork, effective communication, discipline, and attention to detail. He is a highly experienced risk and leadership specialist with over 20 years of experience in human centric performance, operational risk, enterprise risk management and organisational redesign. His wealth of knowledge is reflected in his expert training deliveries.
She holds a Master of Public Policy with a cybersecurity concentration from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Business Administration from University of South Florida.
Her superpower is preparing security teams to protect and defend their organizations from cyber criminals, respond to crises, and recover when something bad happens.
Joe is a recognised thought leader in the field of occupational violence and is regularly called upon to present at local and international events. He is the co-author of the ASRC’s Occupational Violence, Aggression and Duty of Care research paper, and has contributed articles for numerous journals and publications, including LexisNexis Risk Management Today, Security Insider, Aviation Security International, and The Circuit Magazine. He combines 15 years of experience in frontline conflict management with post-graduate research into psychology, workplace safety and security risk management.
Joe is a gifted and dynamic presenter, educator and training designer with a knack for communicating a sometimes-difficult subject to professionals and laypersons alike. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM), an Associate of the Australian Risk Policy Institute (AARPI) and a Member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA).
He has served as Director of the Risk Management Institution of Australasia, Manager of Property & Security for the Australian government’s most extensive international network, Security Manager for Australia’s largest natural resources project, Operations Manager for geological exploration operation in East Africa, and Head of Risk for an international mining operation in Indonesia.