Mostly Crisis Management Podcast

Mats and Craig, the neighbourhood’s most friendly and approachable crisis managers, delve deeper into Crisis Management - mostly. Taking real-life stories and examples - they try to make sense of the world of crisis management through a broad lens, storifying and exploring across a broader context and wider industries. To storify and condense what it all means into bitesize learning and entertainment.

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Monday Jul 31, 2023

How to think when setting up a training program. Listen to Mats and Craig discussing everything from the big picture to small details. Combining exercises, theoretical education, and other pieces to reach competence is a delicate challenge.

In principle: Understanding

Thursday May 04, 2023

Thursday May 04, 2023

Mats and Craig will break down Murphy's seven guiding principles into short, sharp, introductory blitzes. Here's a talk with Johanna Williams about the second blitz and principle: Understanding. 

Mostly Andre

Tuesday Apr 11, 2023

Tuesday Apr 11, 2023

Homicide and tactical firearms, Andre Regan, discusses his take on Crisis Management following 30 years of police service in London. Discussing how to extract ourselves from the tactical and understand the strategic in a generalist system, exploit strengths, and build a capable team before it is needed. 

Mostly River Rescue

Monday Mar 27, 2023

Monday Mar 27, 2023

Craig and Mats speak mostly about river rescue with Simon Hansen, CEO of adventure rafting company Troll Aktiv. Transferring Simon's experiences into crisis management and decision-making. Starting with the idea of training courses and building experience, talking about managing dynamic situations, learning, and transferring learning from every situation, and ending up with the importance of recovery. 

In principle: Simplicity

Friday Mar 10, 2023

Friday Mar 10, 2023

Mats and Craig will break down Murphy's seven guiding principles into short, sharp, introductory blitzes. Here's the first blitz and principle: Simplicity. 

Friday Feb 24, 2023

Craig and Mats debate whether crisis teams should operate in the virtual space or if it is better to do it in person.

Thursday Feb 09, 2023

Meet Jesper "Bella" Berlin, a former elite soldier in the Swedish special forces, and Craig Sumner, a former officer from Royal Signals, UK – in a conversation about what the military and civil society can learn from each other. Listen to a dynamic discussion with examples of what experiences long military careers have provided regarding management.

Thursday Jan 26, 2023

Checklists and ultra-marathons – is it possible to preload decisions before a crisis? Mats and Craig discuss decision-making in Crisis.

What is a crisis?

Friday Jan 13, 2023

Friday Jan 13, 2023

Mats and Craig Mostly debate - What is a Crisis? Breaking it down into smaller areas, is it sudden, creeping or known? And how does a Swedish Prime minister demonstrate the importance of taking time to stop, think and then react to get ahead of any crisis? There are many descriptions of crisis, and not a one size fits all, but following this episode, you should be some way to working out, what is a crisis to you?

Tuesday Jan 10, 2023

Mostly, crisis management is saved for the crisis and security managers. But on Mostly Crisis Management, Mats and Craig open the doors to wider context and relatable topics. To condense crisis management into bite-size and transferable learning – introducing and exploring topics through stories, guests and audience interaction – they hope to simplify crisis management, mostly.


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