We now appear to be on the return leg of our coronavirus journey we set out on 3 months ago. Dates for return to workplaces are now, according to which geography you are currently in, being agreed by some employers. We all know that this workplace will be a changed environment, we just don’t know to what extent just yet. Whatever changes there are , employees will return with a focus on their own personal safety around the workplace whether it be an office or oil rig, bank or boutique. This will mean a different mindset that will need to be understood by management in their leadership. How will Managers cope with managing functions and leading safety?
Office workplace safety will need effective leadership. Across workplaces , new practices will need to be communicated and maintained by management such that all are safe and all feel safe. The anxiety that there has been in many has been kept under control as they furloughed or worked in their lockdown home offices. That anxiety will return as they set foot on a renewed commute into a workplace that will be somewhat different in its practices and attitudes. How will they respond when their ‘space’ is invaded by another? What conflicts will arise when the Laissez Faire meets the Anxious? How will new safety measures effect Teamwork?
Leaders will have to rise up to this new safety challenge.
Leading Safety, our transformational Safety Leadership course for Managers and Supervisors will address the fundamental challenges for leaders in maintaining a safe environment and practice during the current Coronavirus pandemic.
* Practical people skills for Leaders in safety engagement and communication.
* Develop ability to maintain safe working practices in teams
* Understand why a safety message is not being heard and what to do about it
* Communication tools for real safety engagement
* How to give meaningful feedback to team members on safe practice
Who is it for?
Leading Safety is applicable to all Leadership who have a safety responsibility. The skills are applicable across all industries where safe practice is fundamental – from construction to chemicals , from mining to manufacturing.
A one day programme delivered by experienced Facilitators in Safety Leadership that is interactive and draws on participants experience. Practice on recognisable scenarios and with personal commitments to action on Leading Safety.
- Awareness : All behaviour communicates. Being aware of how my attitude and behaviour to safety is viewed, according to all who experience it. How my behaviour is influencing others. Understanding their behaviour (and why it might not be ‘right’ behaviour.
- Adapt, Connect & Engage with Productive Conversations : How am I engaging everyone? How am I engaging the person in front of me? How am I listening and saying what needs to be said?
- Feedback & Coach : How am I supporting and sustaining safety in a way that transforms the safety message with this person and maintains safety? Even when I’m not there?