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James Reese TigerSwan: Levels of Awareness

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James Reese is the founder, and CEO of TigerSwan, a global risk mitigation consultancy that provides services to clients across the globe.

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James Reese TigerSwan: Levels of Awareness

  1. 1. James Reese TigerSwan: Levels of Awareness
  2. 2. James Reese is the founder, and CEO of TigerSwan, a global risk mitigation consultancy that provides services to clients across the globe. In its security offering, TigerSwan emphasizes on the need for situational awareness among involved parties.
  3. 3. At an individual level, people operate in various levels of awareness. These levels can be best described by illustrating the differences between each with regards to a particular situation, for example, driving.
  4. 4. • Tuned out – this level of awareness is similar to driving in a familiar environment and being engrossed in thought or a song playing on the radio. TigerSwan: The GuardianAngel Platform
  5. 5. • Relaxed – consider this level of awareness similar to defensive driving: you're comfortable while driving but also aware of other vehicles on the road.
  6. 6. • Focused – at this level, you are driving in potentially dangerous situations and need to keep both hands on the wheel and attention on the road ahead.
  7. 7. • High alert – it's an awareness level that brings about an adrenaline rush and a gasp for air because the driver in front doesn’t stop at the sign.
  8. 8. • Comatose – this is the level of awareness that happens when you freeze and become unable to respond to stimuli, either because you are afraid or have fallen asleep.

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