Inspire Leadership, Change Habits, Improve Performance
What qualities inspire leadership and instill habits to improve performance? Are there actions that change personal and company behaviors? Has modern research contributed to our understanding of the body, brain, heart, and mind in how leadership characteristics are formed to improve performance? What is leadership?
This presentation will not answer questions concerning the science and complexity of the body, brain and heart; rather, it explores outcomes by consciously breathing and making heart felt choices and decisions to change habits and create new patterns of behavior. It focuses on leading with your heart, command your brain, do the right thing!
Top management support must exist and a written safety policy communicated to all employees. Effective training, particularly of new employees, is critical. It is estimated that new employees (less than 6 months on the job) account for 30 percent of all injuries. Poor work habits or safety behavior should be corrected immediately.
Recognizing and controlling hazards are essential parts of employer and employee responsibility. Successful accident prevention programs include training employees, monitoring work practices, and ensuring accountability at all levels. Unsafe work practices and acts are, by far, the leading causes of workplace injuries and need to be identified in a workplace hazard inspection.
Health & Safety Training
Proper employee training ensures workers have the required skills and knowledge to safely do their work. Training is an essential part of every employer’s safety and health program to protect workers from illnesses and injuries. This is an investment that will pay back over and over again in fewer accidents and incidents, better morale, lower insurance premiums and much more.
Is the ability to inspire yourself and influence work behaviors and habits toward a common goal of eliminating or reducing accidents and injuries. It is about raising acceptable standards in being an example to walk the talk that fosters and mentors safe work practices. Leadership is a learned behavior that starts by leading yourself first and then extended to help others.
Promotes the identification, assessment, and prioritization of occupational risks.