The Safety Side Effect: Things Leaders do that Coincidentally Improve Safety (C4C)
COURSE DURATION: 1 HOUR | CUSP CREDIT: 1 POINT
Research tells us that leaders play a special role in the safe or unsafe performance of subordinates. In fact, even the most subtle actions a leader takes can have a profound impact on how his or her team works. Safety expert Phil Ragain will provide you with insightful research on effective leadership as well as provide several tips on how you can better lead your team to safer, more productive results.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- About research studies that show just how impactful a leader's actions are to his or her team.
- The top 20 characteristics of a "good boss."
- How leaders effectively motivate others.
- How to effectively hold your team accountable for poor performance.
- What employees respond positively to the most.
Phil Ragain, The Rad Group
Phillip is a former instructor of ethics and logic at Texas Tech University, with a background in organizational behavior, applied ethics and behavioral safety. As the Director of Research and Development at The RAD Group, Phillip conducts field-research with recent concentration in safety intervention. Phillip is also an organizational assessor, trainer and curriculum developer. He has both developed and co-developed a wide range of training programs that are presently used around the world. He is the author of numerous articles on Safety Culture, Business Ethics, Communication, Behavioral Safety and Safety Intervention.
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