Liam Mahon by his own mission didn’t enjoy school and left academically with very little. He joined the army and worked hard to gain his Green beret after completing the Royal Marines commando course.
After serving in Iraq he left the army and joined the police spending the next 13 years serving the police of Lancashire. But as we have heard so many times before he attended several incidents that adversely affected his mental health and he resigned. Searching for a purpose and perhaps trying to make sense of his own life he by chance got into project management which led him into the world of systems thinking.
Liam explains How systems thinking there is a way of looking at the world rather than describing a system that functions within an organisation. Using practical examples to explain sometimes complex theories, Liam gets us to think about the world we live in now maybe we should just take a few minutes to think about problems and their solutions from a different angle.
We also discuss the police service well-being and mental health from a systems thinking perspective