Transforming Performance through Safety Leadership
November 15 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am PST
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Unlock the power to transform the safety, well-being, and performance of your organization. You are invited to join one of our small-group online discussions this fall to gain invaluable insights on sustainable improvement strategies, decisions that impact serious incidents and fatalities, and the surprising connections between well-being, leadership, culture and performance. We will challenge the status quo, reimagine outdated approaches, and forge a future where safety becomes the foundation of our remarkable achievements.
November’s topic is 7 Insights into Safety Leadership (Nov 15 & 16, 8-9:30 Pacific): We all know that a strong safety culture is central to safety performance excellence. Achieving that goal is the challenge. The Krause Bell team will share our insight into what every senior leader needs to understand about safety to create sustainable improvement. Participants will receive a coupon to receive a complimentary copy of our book, 7 insights into Safety Leadership.
Check out the other discussions in our “Transforming Performance” Series:
Well-Being, Leadership & Culture (Sept 20 & 21, 8-9:30 Pacific): Explore the connections between decision-making and worker well-being. Share your experience and find out how other organizations are working to prevent burnout. Help shape Krause Bell Group’s innovation in this area and bring back new ideas for enhancing well-being in your own organizations.
Decision Making for Executive Teams (Oct 3 & 4, 8-9:30 Pacific): Our Safe Decision Making™ research offers new insight into the types of decisions that protect and expose organizations to serious injuries and fatalities. In this discussion, we will focus on executive-level decision-making, how they can break down from a safety perspective, and the role of cognitive bias.
Decision Making for Site Leadership Teams (Oct 12 & 13, 8-9:30 Pacific): In this discussion, we will focus on site-level decisions, how they can break down and the role of cognitive bias. We will share a proven improvement mechanism for site leadership teams. Site-level leaders are also invited to this discussion.