March Lunch & Learn 2020

  • March Lunch & Learn
    March 10, 2020
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Topic:     Identifying Cultural Hazards: Four Clues You’re Out of Balance

Have you ever heard one of these statements?
*     “Management won’t do anything until someone gets hurt!”
*     “How could someone do something so stupid?”
*    “I just knew someone was going to get hurt doing that.”
*    “You had a lost time injury, what are you going to do about it?”

Each of these statements is a sign of a culture out of balance and has a profound effect on our safety, productivity, and quality results? Through stories, humor, and facts, we examine cultural and systemic elements that degrade trust and credibility preventing employees from recognizing and/or reporting near misses and minor incidents.  Participants at all levels of the organization will gain an understanding the role they play in creating and improving the culture including the pit-falls in their own behaviors.  In the end, they will gain pragmatic, logic-based tools necessary to build a culture of balance that will open lines of communication and produce outstanding safety results.

Speaker:  Rodney Grieve

Rodney is the founder of BRANTA Worldwide, co-author of “SOAR: A Gate-to-Gate Journey of Leadership Essentials”, and author of the best-selling “Defend Your Profits: Safety Tools for Bottom Line Improvement”. He has over 20 years of industry and consulting experience to help organizations, teams, and leaders create a culture of success and deliver outstanding safety results through others.  Since 2000, Rodney has presented safety keynote programs and facilitated safety leadership development sessions with clients ranging from high tech to waste management, construction to food packaging, heavy equipment manufacturing to industrial services. As a result, he has developed the delivery style and content to be effective anywhere in the organizational structure. Rodney has worked with thousands of leaders, from front-line supervisors to senior executives, throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.Over the past two decades, Rodney has helped leaders realize that by creating a common definition of success and developing a shared leadership language and skill set we can increase the amount of and effectiveness of the feedback we give each other. And feedback is the only way we know if our impact is matching our intent. It is the only way we know if we are delivering results.

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