INDIVIDUAL & TEAM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
Cortexia is a world leader in human performance with proven workshops that have achieved big bottom-line and operational results across industries. Our approaches have been developed by Dr. Damien Armenis, a recognised and published expert in performance and critical decision making, alongside a roster of Special Forces personnel and sports psychologists. Our workshops, tailored to your operational requirements, treat your most significant human risk and provide a proven edge to high-risk critical decision makers, including lineworkers, miners, fund managers, brokers, surgeons, pilots, racing drivers and pit crew.
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Humans retain a vital role in most high-risk industries, particularly in their abilities to problem solve and respond to unanticipated events. The demands on these operators have been increasing and are likely to reach a point where current human and technological capabilities will be severely strained. This situation has in the past, and will in the … Read More
THE HUMAN FACTORS OF FINANCIAL TRADING The common thread in most studies dealing with financial decision-making deals with mathematical models of financial prediction, methods to “scientifically” absorb risk and make profit. A study by Miller (2001) found the capital asset pricing model (CAPM), and its scientific measure of risk of a stock, beta, to be unrepresentative … Read More
Developing and Implementing a Safety Lead Indicator Program Organisations are increasingly moving towards an approach to safety that is proactive and predictive. For this to occur, a socio-technical systems approach to safety is often recommended. This involves considering all variables within the work environment and how they interact with one another (e.g., people, procedures, systems, … Read More
Existing military command and control (C2) frameworks have been useful in highlighting technology related issues and their direct effects within an organization. They are, however, limited in assessing the full range of impacts resulting from technology insertions and in exploring the links between C2 changes and battlefield effects. Additionally, traditional C2 frameworks have … Read More
Human factors and decision making on the race circuit has become embodied with technology, creating a form of ‘cognitive circuitry’ between mind and environment. The importance placed upon the environment when considering cognition is a relatively new approach to viewing human thinking and problem solving, and has been referred to as ‘distributed cognition’ or ‘extended mind’. The … Read More
Fair and Just Culture The purpose of a Fair and Just Culture is to ensure that: All employees are treated fairly when things go wrong An atmosphere of trust is built and maintained in which employees are encouraged to provide essential safety related information The focus remains on identifying and addressing systemic issues and underlying … Read More