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2017 Survey Nice Pilot

Please rate the following questions from 1 to 10  using the following criteria as a guide:
1. Very little, 5. Somewhat,  10. Significantly

This Pilot School has given me insights and increased knowledge of how to lead for safety in nuclear and radiological situations/scenarios
7
This Pilot School has given me insights and increased my knowledge of how to lead for safety in emergency situations where communication and engagement with the public is important 4
This Pilot School has provided me with ideas on how to effectively engage with and constructively influence others on safety 3
This Pilot School has increased my knowledge and awareness of the IAEA safety standards as well as my ability to apply them in real life situations 4
This Pilot School has increased my knowledge of leadership for safety in other facilities and/or activities than those  I am involved with in my current professional work 3
This Pilot School has increased my international perspective and my networking with peers and senior experts 3
I am going to use this experience in my daily work 3
The methodology of the school is appropriate for achieving the objectives. 2
In your opinion this Pilot school has successfully provided a good basis for its development into a well-established event ... 9
Any gaps or improvements for the school as well as the most positive aspects of it
If you are interested in further engagement with the IAEA in developing personal projects such as research and studies based on the school and /or how you have used this experience in your professional life. If yes, please send an e mail to the IAEA leadership contact point
Taking that into account the terms: “Father time or sky” and “Mother Earth,” begin to make sense. The feminine is tied to the raw material. (The word “mother” comes from the latin “mater” which is the base for the word “material” and “mass”). On the other hand the masculine is tied with transcending the “raw” through “god” (also known as “heaven” or “sky”) and “causality” (also know as time. And I’ll state here the invention of the calender is probably the next greatest invention after the wheel and domistication of animals. If you don’t know what month it is who can you plant crops?).

It should be obvious that these two aspects of the pysche naturally compliment each other. It is no accident that the men in romance novels are usually strangers, and that they are masters (warriors) in whatever it is they do. What turns women on is not that this powerful man is vulnerable per se, but that this powerful man is vulnerable to just her. I don’t know what it’s like personally of course, but I’d imagine the feeling is similar to having a tiger or a lion on a leash.

My advice to men is and always has been simple. Master, or in otherwords become a warrior, of whatever you endeavour to do. “Relax” with women whenever you need to, but never let them become the focus of your life. House flys have lots of sex, having sex is no great accomplishment. Only you can “transcend” your earthly bonds for something greater than yourself. All of history (literally HIS STORY) is forged by men like this. If you do that women will come…at least healthy ones (good luck in this country).

Rogue Wolf, welcome back, it is very good to hear from you. And what a return! This is a great telling of the classic and the mythical.

What turns women on is not that this powerful man is vulnerable per se, but that this powerful man is vulnerable to just her.

Exactly. This may be flighty fantasy, but this is the essence of what women want. The good news is that we’ll settle for this man being vulnerable to just us at this moment. That means the vulnerability should be glimpsed, not on full display. Women do want men who have achieved mastery, including of their emotions. Therefore, the surrender must reflect a decision on the part of the male to embrace that intimacy. It must not be a case of the male losing control of himself in any way.
Case study 1: Unintended Medical Exposure I found it relevant and useful to understand the concepts
Case study 2: Challenges during a Nuclear Power Plant Outage I found it relevant and useful to understand the concepts
Case study 3: Response to a leak of radioactive material to the environment I found it relevant and useful to understand the concepts
Case study 4: Bringing together the nuclear and radiological leadership skills in complex environment I found it relevant and useful to understand the concepts
Please rate the following questions from 1 to 10  using the following criteria as a guide:
1. Very little, 5. Somewhat,  10.  Significantly

The Lectures provided me with an enhanced understanding of GSR Part 2
4
The lectures helped me to understand the 4 Quadrant model (SARCoN) and behavioural competences (Quadrant 4)
4
I found useful the Lead Project and other Agency tools 5
I found the round table useful and informative 7