Several Jurassic Park (JP) themed items caught my eye recently. The first was a satirical Twitter account called Jurassic Park Updates which sends tweets as if JP existed today. As this Buzzfeed article explains, it's the perfect vehicle to satirise corporate responses to 🦠. In doing so, it neatly highlights examples of Human Risk.
I think part of the criticism is because the response feels very un-Disney. After all, as this article rightly points out, you'd think a company that gets adults to buy and wear silly-looking ears in its parks, could have come up with a fun and whimsical mask solution.
That said, it's not easy to persuade someone to do something unnatural. Which is why I was intrigued to see a post by Dr Jill McDevitt, a S3xologist. highlighting that the techniques used to persuade people to practice Safer S3x (word masked to help those of you reading via filtered work emails) could be very effective at getting them to wear 😷
What she had to say was so interesting that I recorded a video about it 👉
In a new series, Ethics, Compliance & Anti-Corruption expert Richard Bistrong & I have been working on content to help Compliance, Ethics, Risk (& anyone else interested) have Better Virtual Interactions. So whether you're hosting Webinars or giving an Online Training Session, we've got some tips on how to connect with a virtual audience.
Our first video, sees me reprise my former role in Compliance, trying to teach Richard, in his previous role of Sales Executive, on a new regulation.
It does not go according to plan with 4 mistakes in under 5 mins.
For more videos & access to our 'One Sheet' guides, join our mailing list 👉here.
That's it for this newsletter. Do share your feedback or Human Risk stories.