Michelle is a scientist-practitioner who focuses on embedding proof-of-concept research and testable solutions to the frontline. Her scientist side comes out in her PhD work with the Safety Science Innovation Lab (Griffith University). As a PhD candidate, she conducted ground-breaking safety research in adaptive safety by throwing out all the safety rules and giving control and responsibility back to the people on the frontlines. Her practitioner side works with industry partners to collaborate with mature organisations- serious about safety- who want to see results, not just ticking a box.
She believes in facilitating brilliant conversations between organisations and the individual employee to discover the wisdom in the room. At Pockets of Brilliance, she works with a group of brilliant people who share her belief and passion for providing real-world solutions to real-world problems.
She is always interested in hearing from people passionate about safety, who have stories to share, so feel free to contact her if you would like to connect.