Hi Safety FM
listeners, this is Brent Sutton
, one of the co-hosts of the new podcast series The Practice of Learning Teams
, with my fellow co-hosts Glynis McCarthy
and Brent Robinson
Our goal is to support you on your journey and build a better community of practice for Learning Teams
On today's podcast, I conclude my discussion with the master of everyday learning Marc Yeston
. Over the course of his thirty-five year career in public safety, Marc Yeston has worked as a Chief Ranger, a flight paramedic, a federal and state law enforcement officer, a firefighter, a ski patroller, a wilderness guide, an educator, and a pilot. The bulk of his career was spent leading emergency and search & rescue operations within the U.S. National Parks.
I have seen Marc in action alongside Todd Conklin, Bob Edwards, and Andrea Baker. Marc engages workers and managers with dramatic stories from his world of high-hazard work. Participants come away with a new appreciation for the complexities their workers face every day but more importantly, they come away with a new vocabulary and fresh insights relevant to making their own worlds safer, more productive and so much better.
Please sit back and enjoy this conversation with Marc Yeston.
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Be part of the journey with Learning Teams @ learningteamscommunity.com
And don't forget, the book "The Practice of Learning Teams" is available in printed and Kindle editions on Amazon
or from the author's website