It’s no secret that the culture of an organisation directly impacts health and safety outcomes. Teams that operate in a culture based on trust and respect are more engaged, higher-achieving and make safer choices. But, in a world where policies and regulations, compliance expectations, production targets and performance metrics set the scene for safety, leaders are tasked with navigating team engagement and the realities of business demands.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the science of trust and the skills required by safety leaders to develop and maintain the necessary level of psychological safety within their team culture to allow open communication, information sharing, solution-focused problem solving and an improved reporting culture.
- Explore the science behind building trust at both an organisational and individual level
- Understand a safety leader’s role in establishing psychological safety and what ‘good’ looks like
- Discover how to foster a culture of learning and improvement that has benefits beyond safety
Date: Tuesday 14 April, 2020
Start Time: 12pm AEST | 2pm NZST