This is my main website (www.juliantalbot.com)

You can find a collection of articles, books, ideas, videos and general musings about risk management, success, life, the future and more by Julian Talbot.

What I'm currently thinking about ...

This link will take you to my posts and articles on LinkedIn. I regularly post ideas and topics that interest me here. Hopefully they will interest you also. Most of my books and articles start out as short posts, that turn into a pile of research, then one or more (usually more) articles on LInkedIn or my website (www.juliantalbot.com) before some of them turn into books. If I have my way, they will all turn into riveting (or at least useful :-) books.

Julian's books and bio on Amazon

At this link you will find Amazon.com's Julian Talbot page with access to books, pictures, bibliography, and biography.

How to Performance Benchmark Your Risk Management: A practical guide to help you tell if your risk management is effective: Mr Julian Talbot, Dr Miles Jakeman PhD: 9781466377578: Amazon.com: Books

How to Performance Benchmark Your Risk Management: A practical guide to help you tell if your risk management is effective [Mr Julian Talbot, Dr Miles Jakeman PhD] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HOW MUCH MONEY ARE YOU WASTING ON RISK MANAGEMENT?  Do you know these answers: " How do I tell if the $x million I spent last year actually delivered benefits or reduced...

JT's Travel Blog

MISSION: To peregrinate ("travel from place to place, or from one country to another, especially on foot"). PHILOSOPHY: Life is like pocketmoney - you shouldn't spend it all in one place. This blog is way out of date but it has some tales from a couple of years in Africa. Hint: Africa is not what you expect. You've probably heard of 'TIA' (This is Africa). There is a corollary to that and most of the stories reinforce the AWA factor (Africa Wins Again) but hey, we had a lot of fun and perhaps even left the place a little better than we found it.

Amazon.com: The New Supervisor's Handbook: Congratulations on your promotion. Now what? eBook: Julian Talbot: Kindle Store

The New Supervisor's Handbook: Congratulations on your promotion. Now what? - Kindle edition by Julian Talbot. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The New Supervisor's Handbook: Congratulations on your promotion. Now what?.

Security Risk Management Body of Knowledge: Julian Talbot, Miles Jakeman: 9780470454626: Amazon.com: Books

Miles and I started to write a book about Security. Before we knew it, the Risk Management Institution of Australasia, John Wiley & Sons of NY, and over 100 contributors were involved in producing SRMBOK. But that's another story. For the moment, it's reasonably well regarded and seems to still be useful to many. You can also download some free supporting materials from www.jakeman.com.au and www.juliantalbot.com Enjoy. Julian

Business Cases for Risk Management: How to write a killer business case that gets your risk treatments funded!: Mr Julian Talbot: 9781479396917: Amazon.com: Books

Business Cases for Risk Management: How to write a killer business case that gets your risk treatments funded! [Mr Julian Talbot] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is designed with one purpose in mind: to find the money you need - every time. I've used the techniques outlines in this book to regularly and repeatedly raise multi-million dollar business cases that...

Julian Talbot and Cate Aichroy, Peregrinators

Travel tales and life tips. This is a bit out of date but life gets busy. We're no longer in Broome (Australia) but currently in Valencia (Spain). That changes regularly of course but Cate and I are working on updating the website so stay tuned. There are a few more travel tales here.

Julian Talbot on LinkedIn

This is more or less, my professional profile and life story. Or at least as much as I care to publish on LinkedIn. You'll find more stories in the other links but the stories from Africa are the most interesting. Trust me. As for LinkedIn, well I read, think and write about ideas that interest me and are likely to inspire and help others achieve their goals.

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