"When the leaders don't lead, the followers don't follow." This is particularly true in safety. Leaders frequently connect with their workers on priorities and strategies. With training, leaders can take active control of the messages they send to promote safety as an organizational value. They can set levels of expectation that point everyone in the direction of safety excellence and exert a positive influence on the formation of safety culture.
You can turn supervisors, who are often an obstacle to safety, into safety coaches who can identify and modify the behaviors that prevent and cause accidents. There is a vast difference between managing for compliance and coaching for performance. Supervisors influence worker behavior perhaps more than any other level in an organization; yet, most supervisors have not received formal training on coaching and effective performance feedback skills. Discover steps to take supervisors from cops to coaches, and identify how to transfer these strategies throughout the workplace, ensuring more effective and results-oriented supervision methodologies.
Join safety excellence expert, Shawn M. Galloway, who instructs on the importance of effectively coaching employees using methods which don’t only apply to safety, but all other areas of operational performance as well. Shawn will also take you through the latest behavioral coaching techniques and directly apply them to improving safety to make the most of work-place productivity.
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Shawn M. Galloway
Shawn Galloway is a consultant, professional speaker and author of several bestselling books including STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence, Forecasting Tomorrow: The Future of Safety Excellence and the newly-released Inside Strategy: Value Creation from within Your Organization. He is a columnist for several magazi... More info