Excellence is what separates the extraordinary from ordinary.
Priming the mind is a simple but powerful tool we can use to focus people’s attention to be safety conscious.
In this video, we explore the three keys to motivating people and unpack which rewards actually work.
Dynamic people rise above the trivial annoyances of life.
How do we make safety a core value and not just a paper exercise?
Effective leaders intentionally cultivate the necessary working conditions for their people to flourish. People either flourish or wither depending on their working environment.
You will never do anything significant alone. Leaders know how to build strong relationships to ensure they reach their goals.
Positioning is about being at the right place, at the right time, and having the right actions to bring about the fulfillment of the vision.
As a leader, it is not enough you are committed to the vision. You need to get your people’s buy-in. Communication is the skill of implanting the vision into others.
Too many people are walking around aimlessly. Vision ignites passion and stirs people to action.
In this second part, we recommend seven additional ways to be a more effective leader.
John Mason said we are all born originals and the key to success is not to die as a copy.
In spite of the abundance of material on leadership, people in positions of authority still have a management style. What transitions are needed to be a more effective leader?
Every second our brains are bombarded with too much information. It uses the S.I.G.N.S. criteria to determine what to process on the forefront of our thinking and what to dump. How are you using this criterion to ensure safety is prominent on your people’s thinking?
There are so many misconceptions around empowerment. The question is how can we empower leaders in a way that holds people accountable?
Having a high performing culture does not just happen; it needs to be forged. In the first part of this series, we offer practical ideas for leaders to shape the working culture they want.
Taking hold of your success. All things come to those who wait is a fallacy. We need to take hold of the success we want.
As leaders, we often underestimate the amount of influence we have over our people. How can we deliberately use this privilege to achieve the results we want?
Do you want a life of success? This interaction talks about the necessary habits need in order to enjoy the success we long for.
Behaviour based strategies will only take you so far because they don’t answer the fundamental question: What drives people’s behaviour. For this session, we look at how can we influence our people to take responsibility for safety.
Having a robust safety culture is a burning desire for so many leaders. In this video, we explore the different phases companies need to transition in order to have a resilient safety culture.
The global environment has not only changed the way business is performed, it has also changed the criteria for successful leadership – Gary Hamel